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Abigail Williams
awilliams1728@gmail.com
+49 176 7787 5470
Skype: Abigailouise.

Abigail works currently in the field of medical education and is based in Germany. She has a background in public health, research methodology, and evidence communication. She holds an MPH in Epidemiology from BUSPH and has worked on several international cost/benefit research and research translation projects

Andrew Ten Have
atenhave@gmail.com
atenhave@post.harvard.edu
+011-81-80-4605-4686

Dr. Andrew Ten is the medical director of HHR Health Research, a Tokyo-based consulting company that promotes the exchange of clinical and health services research information between the U.S. and Japan.  He specializes in adapting Western evidence-based clinical concepts and health research results to the Japanese healthcare system environment

Anna Hung 
anna.hung@umaryland.edu
(301) 412-7396

Anna Hung, PharmD, MS is a PhD candidate studying pharmacoeconomics and comparative effectiveness research at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. She is interested in improving the usability of pharmacoeconomic tools for payer decision making

Ari Panzer
apanzer@tuftsmedicalcenter.org
Work: (617) 636-2577
Cell: (516) 732-6349

Ari recently graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Community Health and Psychology. At Tufts, Ari managed and played on the Quidditch team and was involved in a number of departmental research initiatives.  

Jojo Emerson
jemerson@tuftsmedicalcenter.org
(617) 636-2850

Jojo recently received her MPH at Tufts with a concentration in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. She has academic research experience on a wide range of topics, from kidney transplantation ethics to Peruvian zoonotic disease

Lauren Do
ldo1@tuftsmedicalcenter.org
(617) 636-7607

Brittany has eight years of academic research experience ranging in topics from biological causes of diabetic retinopathy to long term health outcomes for newborn screening programs.  She received a B.A. in Psychology from Dickinson College and is currently studying for her MPH at UMass Amherst

Chunming Liu
chunming.liu324@gmail.com
(857) 310-8209
Skype: chunming.liu324@gmail.com

Chunming Liu graduated from University of Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences with a Master in Pharmaceutical Economics & Policy. Chunming has a background in Applied Psychology. Additionally, she is fascinated by mental health, public health as well as medication, nutrition, and food

Colby Wilkinson
wilkinson.colby@gmail.com
(603) 499-1555

Colby’s research include factors driving private payer coverage of pharmaceuticals and prescription opioid abuse. Colby attended Tufts University, where he received a dual degree in Quantitative Economics and Community Health, and he is currently a MSc candidate in Biostatistics at the Harvard School of Public Health

Eitan Scheinthal
ecscheinthal@gmail.com
(609) 707-6840

Eitan’s areas of research interest include economic modeling of value-based strategies in medical and radiation oncology. Eitan attended Tufts University where he received a BA in Biology and a BS in Economics. He is currently a medical student at Rowan University School of Medicine.

Elle Pope  
epope@tuftsmedicalcenter.org
(617) 636-2503

Elle received her Masters in Public Health from Boston University in Epidemiology and Global Health. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland.

Harry Weissman 
hweissman@tuftsmedicalcenter.org
(617) 636-2581
(516) 316-4615

Harry recently graduated from Tufts University with a dual degree in Applied Mathematics and Biology and is now a Research Assistant at CEVR. At Tufts, he was president of Hillel, led study groups, TA’d labs for the Biology Department, and played oboe in the Wind Ensemble. Outside of work, he spends time organizing in the Jewish community

Kirsten Hall Long
Kirsten@klongconsulting.net
(612) 385-1086
Skype: kirstenlong1

Kirsten Hall Long, Ph.D., is a Principal and Senior Health Economist at K. Long Consulting, a health economic consulting firm. Dr. Long is a founding member of national and international health economic and outcomes research organizations and received her masters (1992) and doctoral (1999) degrees in economics (health and labor economic concentrations) from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana

Meredith Loth
meredith.loth@gmail.com
Loth@post.harvard.edu
(617) 775-7767
Skype: meredith.loth

Meredith is completing her PhD in Environmental Health Sciences in the Molecular Toxicology track from Columbia Mailman School of Public Health. Her current research focuses on the application of abiomarker of neurotoxicity, TSPO, to public health issues and exposures.  Meredith holds a MPH in Environmental Health Sciences and Molecular Toxicology from Columbia Mailman School of Public Health where she also trained in health policy and economics. Meredith received her A.B. from Harvard College in biological anthropology

Mishan Rambukwella
mishanr@gmail.com
(818) 585-3988

Mishan Rambukwella graduated from the University of Southern California with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Biomedical Engineering. Through his prior academic coursework and internships, he has gained experience in medical device development and regulatory affairs. He also worked as a consultant for Accenture in their Health and Public Service practice before to coming to Tufts. Mishan is currently an MD/MBA candidate at Tufts University School of Medicine in conjunction with the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University

Mohammad Alowairdhi
Mohammad_alowairdhi@hotmail.com
(966)-508-911-611

Mohammad was born in Boston and raised in Saudi Arabia. He is currently working for the Saudi Food and Drug Authority, pricing and pharmacoeconomics department for 7 years. Sports addictive.

Richard Shaffer
ricky.shaff@gmail.com
(914) 714-4060

Richard Shaffer earned a B.A. in Economics from Denison University and M.P.H. from Boston University. He was an Intern at CEVR during the summer of 2017

Tamar Ledoux
tamar.ledoux@gmail.com
(818) 269-2727
 
Tamar is a doctoral student in Pharmacology, interested in all things pharma and drug development and hoping to go into project management and/or regulatory affairs when she graduates

Van Nghiem nghiemthihavan@gmail.com
Work: (206) 667-7641
Cell: (919) 360-5584
Skype: vbkvbk

Van’s research involves decision modeling of healthcare programs for cervical cancer and HIV/AIDS, diffusion of new cancer therapy through clinical trials, and estimating cancer care cost and utilization using large datasets

Ye Zhang Pogue
yz137@brandeis.edu
(919) 995-2510
Skype: aprettycat1

Ye is a Ph.D. candidate in Social Policy at Brandeis University. She has a MA in Economics from Duke University. She is interested in health policy for mental disabilities and serious mental disorders
   
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