Data scientist, health economist, and health policy expert facilitating the integration of value and evidence-based analysis into managed health systems.
Lizzy is a PhD candidate in Health Economics and Outcomes Research in the University of Washington CHOICE Institute, and a PhRMA Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellow in Health Outcomes.
Collaborated on health economics and comparative effectiveness projects with a diverse group of stakeholders, including the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, Kaiser Permanente Washington and Southern California, PATH, and the PhRMA Foundation.
Has >5 years experience working in global health economics for Disease Control Priorities at the University of Washington, RTI International, and the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan, contracting work with the World Health Organization and the United Nations Development Program.
Codes in R, Stata, SAS, and Visual Basic. Mathematical models include GLM, Markov, dynamic transmission, discrete event simulation, Monte Carlo probabilistic sensitivity analysis.
Trained with a doctorate in Health Economics and Outcomes research at the from The Comparative Health Outcomes, Policy & Economics (CHOICE) Institute at the University of Washington mentored by Professors Ryan Hansen and Anirban Basu. Health policy and management master of public health (MPH) from the University of Michigan, mentored by Zoë McLaren.