New Pack: Decision Making Biases

This CHDS-curated resource pack gives insight to heuristics and the biases they can introduce into decision making. Explore books, videos, and academic publications about this topic.

Cervical Cancer Screening

Jane Kim uses mathematical modeling to inform the national task force's new guidelines for cervical cancer screening. Read the guidelines here and CHDS news story here.


Incoming Doctoral Students

Lyndon James and Karen Smith join the PhD Program for the Fall semester. Read more about the incoming cohort here.


NIH Grant for Stroke Policy

CHDS faculty member Ankur Pandya awarded funding from NIH to evaluate stroke prevention and treatment policies in the U.S.

Recent News

Pandya Receives Fellowship Award

May 9th, 2019

CHDS faculty member Ankur Pandya was awarded a Centre for Health Economics (CHE) Research Fellowship from the University of York (UK) for his project “Leveraging Cost-Effectiveness


Raiffa Award Recipient

April 30th, 2019

CHDS has awarded the annual Howard Raiffa Fund to global health and population doctoral candidate Annie Haakenstad. Haakenstad’s project will focus on improving students’


Family Effects of Illness Research

April 23rd, 2019

CHDS researcher Eve Wittenberg and Adjunct Professor Lisa Prosser guest edited a special, themed issue of PharmacoEconomics on the “spillover” effects of illness on


CHDS Seminar on Smoking Bans

April 19th, 2019

CHDS hosted a seminar with Matthew Robson, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher in Economics at University of York. The seminar was on “Differential Effects of the Smoking Ban in England.”