Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Me: I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. I received my PhD in Health Economics and Policy from Emory University. Previously, Johns Hopkins and Rice University trained.
My research: I am a health and behavioral economist. My research interests lie at the intersection of decision theory and health policy. I am particularly interested in how physicians make decisions, the effects of organizational and policy environments on such decisions, and its implications for patient welfare.