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Shafika Abrahams-Gessel

Shafika is a Research Associate at the Center for Health Decision Science. She focuses on cardiovascular disease research projects in developed and developing countries.
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Emily A. Burger

Emily is a Research Scientist at the Center for Health Decision Science. She evaluates prevention strategies against HPV related diseases in the US and in Europe.
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Emily Dowling

Emily is the Administrative Director of the Cervical CISNET working group, coordinating five international modeling sites on key questions in cervical cancer screening and prevention.
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Jenna Ogden

Jenna is a Research Assistant at the Center for Health Decision Science. She focuses on cardiovascular disease research projects in developed and developing countries.
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Allison Portnoy

Allison is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Health Decision Science. She evaluates the costs and cost-effectiveness of vaccine delivery strategies in low- and middle-income countries.
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Catherine Regan

Catherine is a Research Assistant at the Center for Health Decision Science. She focuses on mathematical modeling as a way to screen and prevent HPV and cervical cancer.
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Mary Caroline Regan

Mary Caroline is a Research Assistant for the Center for Health Decision Science. She focuses on the cost-effectiveness of treatments and screenings to prevent HIV, HPV & cervical cancer.
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Ben Rohrer

Ben is a Programmer/Analyst at the Center for Health Decision Science. He focuses on microsimulation modeling for CHOICES and CHDS-led projects.
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Ryoko Sato

Ryoko is a Research Associate at the Center. She focuses on vaccination and CEA and is interested in causal effect of vaccination on long-term health/economic outcomes.
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Jennifer Spencer

Jenny is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Training for Oncology Population Sciences (TOPS) program. Her research uses decision modeling tools to identify cost-effective strategies for reducing cancer health disparities.
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Stephen Sy

Stephen is a Programmer at the Center for Health Decision Science. He focuses on programming various disease simulation and cost-effectiveness analysis models.