Health Policy and Management welcomes five new faculty members

Research interests include HIV test strategies, health equity, cost-effectiveness models, and more

Emmanuel Drabo joined Health Policy and Management in July as an assistant professor. His research focuses on HIV prevention and test strategies, as well as systems science methods. Drabo will continue advancing the department's efforts to grow economic evaluation scholarship and academic offerings within the Bloomberg School.

Chanee Fabius joined the Department of Health Policy and Management in August as an assistant professor and will continue her research emphasis on the role of policies and programs in reducing health disparities and improving health equity.

Joe Levy, an assistant scientist, joined the Department of Health Policy and Management with a primary affiliation as part of the METRC—Major Extremity Trauma Research Consortium—team. Levy's research has focused on methodologies to improve parameter inputs to cost-effectiveness models, ranging from theoretical modeling using Bayesian latent class growth mixture models to practical, simple approaches to measurement of drug costs.

Alyssa Moran joined the Health Policy and Management faculty in July as an assistant professor. Her research aims to reduce socioeconomic disparities in diet quality through policy and environmental changes.

Craig Pollack, an associate professor, joined the Bloomberg School from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He holds joint appointments in the Department of Health Policy and Management and the Department of Epidemiology. His work in HPM aims to understand how the organizational environment of health care affects the type and quality of care that patients receive.

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