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Andrew is a Research Fellow in the Global Health Economics team. He joined the Centre in the summer of 2014 and has a BSc in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Virginia, an MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) and a PhD in the Health Systems within the Department of International Health at JHSPH. His PhD dissertation is titled: “The Economics of Non-Communicable Diseases in Rural Bangladesh” and explores health inequalities and the economic impacts from non-communicable disease in a rural adult population.
Andrew’s work focuses on health systems and economic issues in low and middle-income countries. He has worked in Bangladesh, Peru and China on non-communicable diseases and has a particular interest in population and burden modelling as well as economic evaluation of preventive interventions. Additionally, he has also been a part of the Decade of Vaccines economics working group through Johns Hopkins’ International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) and has contributed to work on valuing the benefits of childhood immunization in low and middle-income countries.