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David Kim

Dr. Kim wrote his dissertation on “Developing a novel framework and metrics of economic evaluation in the presence of heterogeneity” before graduating in 2016. He currently works as an Assistant Professor at Center for the Evaluation of Value and Risk in Health, Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies at Tufts Medical Center.   read more...


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Lindsay White

Dr. White worked closely with her Chair, Dr. Dave Grembowski, to conduct several studies examining the effects of continuity of care in older adults with multiple chronic conditions as part of her dissertation research, before graduating in 2016. Dr. White currently works as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington, with Dr. Norma Coe. For her fellowship, she is examining costs of care for people with dementia and patients at the end-of-life.   read more...


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Susan Hernandez - Independent Health Services Researcher

Susan earned her MPA in Health Policy and Management from New York University in 2008.   read more...

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Bonnie Lind

Dr. Bonnie Lind wrote her dissertation “The use of complementary and alternative medicine under insurance coverage in Washington State” before graduating in 2005. She is currently employed by WhiteCloud Analytics as a statistician and also serves as a consulting statistician for St. Luke’s Health System, both located in Boise, Idaho.   read more...


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Blair Darney

Dr. Blair Darney wrote her dissertation on “Program evaluation in reproductive health: Prospective and retrospective applications” before graduating in 2012. She currently works as Area Director of the Instituo Nacional de Salud Publica in Cuernavaca, and as a Research Assistant Professor in the Ob/Gyn department at OHSU.   read more...


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Caleb Banta-Green

Dr. Caleb Banta-Green wrote his dissertation on “Opioid drug abuse treatment: Factors associated with opioid use type and retention in treatment” before graduating in 2008. In 2012, Dr. Banta-Green worked as Science Adviser for the Executive Office of the President, on a very focused project on overdose prevention. He currently works as a Research Scientist at the University of Washington Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute.   read more...