Fangli Geng works as a research assistant at the Center for Health Decision Science. Her research focuses on program evaluation for resource allocation, developing mathematical models and conducting cost-effectiveness analyses to address health policy issues. The projects she is currently working on include cost analysis of routine immunization programs in developing countries, cost-effectiveness analysis of the DOT-HAART program for HIV patients in Peru, and developing HPV-related cancer models. She graduated from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health with a master degree in 2014. During her master study she worked on risk analysis and decision science in environmental health .