Stephen Sy

Programmer
PubMed Publications


Stephen Sy is a programmer who is developing and maintaining various disease simulation and cost-effective analysis models associated with cervical cancer prevention and screening, HPV vaccination, and cardiovascular disease policy, each of which is currently being applied to several global settings. He received a BS degree in Mathematics from the University of North Carolina and worked many years as an analyst in the defence industry before switching to a career in public health and decision science. He is also a current student at the Harvard School of Public Health studying to receive a MS degree in Health Policy and Management.

Cardiovascular Disease Policy Model

A model focused on screening, prevention and treatment of CVD

Global Cervical Cancer: HPV Vaccination and Diagnostics

The risk of dying from cervical cancer is unequally borne by women in developing countries

HPV Vaccine Policy Model

Decision models to guide the development and evaluation of HPV vaccines and diagnostics

Prevention of Cervical Cancer in the U.S.

Informing cervical cancer prevention policy and clinical guidelines in the U.S.