MHS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2017
BA, Kenyon College, 2012
My research provides economic rationale for introducing and sustaining financing for health interventions in resource-limited countries. My current projects focus on collecting primary cost data, modeling averted cost of illness and estimating the broader economic impact of vaccines using value-of-statistical-life methods.
Honors and Awards
Phi Beta Kappa, Kenyon College, 2012
Magna cum Laude, Kenyon College, 2012
Thomas Au ’69 and Jack Au ’73 Chinese Prize, Kenyon College, 2012