Jennifer M. Yeh, PhD, MS, is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Department of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Associate Scientific Researcher at Boston Children’s Hospital. Trained as a decision scientist, Dr. Yeh’s research focuses on using decision analytic, simulation modeling and economic evaluation methods to address emerging and essential questions across the cancer continuum, primarily for survivors of childhood cancer. She specializes on clinical and policy questions which require the consideration of lifelong risks, and therefore are not readily answered through direct observation or cohort studies and/or are infeasible to study in randomized controlled trials. Her research on childhood cancer survivorship aims to improve our understanding of how treatment-related late effects, such as secondary cancers and cardiac events, impact the long-term health and quality of life among survivors. She received her PhD in Health Policy from Harvard University, concentrating in Decision Science, and her M.S. in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her research is funded by the NCI, NICHD, and the American Cancer Society.