Jennifer M. Yeh is a research scientist at the Center for Health Decision Science. Her research focuses on using decision-analytic and mathematical modeling methods to improve cancer control policies, with an emphasis on disparities and underserved populations. She graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1996 with a B.A. in Biology, received an M.S. in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health in 2001, and completed her doctorate from the Health Policy PhD program at Harvard University, concentrating in Decision Sciences, in 2007. She is a current recipient of a National Cancer Institute K07 Career Development Award to evaluate risk factor-focused and technology-based interventions to improve gastric cancer outcomes. Before returning to school to pursue her doctorate, she worked at Abt Associates Inc. where she designed a variety of economic and quality of life studies in the Clinical Trials Department. Her current research focuses on gastric cancer prevention, childhood cancer survivorship, and cancer disparities.