PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2016
MSc, Universidad de los Andes, 2009
MD, Universidad Javeriana, 2005
I am a physician and economist with more than 10 years of work on health economics issues. My main research interest focuses on the economics of prevention of NCDs and injuries, which has allowed me to be involved in a myriad of different topics such as road safety, fiscal policy for health, stress, noncommunicable diseases, and health and workplace insurance.
Given the increasingly important role of multisectoral engagement to prevent NCDs and injuries, I have also become particularly interested in the translation of research for policy-makers. Through this work, I have produced tools to help them to prioritize and take decisions in current policy issues pertaining these two sets of conditions.
I am also an elected member to the Board of Directors of Health Systems Global for the period 2018-2022.
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