Health Policy and Economics Seminars

David Chan at Stanford Health Policy RIP seminar

Research in Progress Seminars

Research in Progress Seminars invite faculty, affiliates and guests to discuss their research on a relevant health policy or health services research topic.

Maria Polyakova at Stanford seminar about mentorship.

Stanford Health Economics Seminars

Stanford Health Economics Seminars invite leading researchers and experts in the field of health economics to present their ongoing research on various topics, including health care policy, population health, and health disparities.

Upcoming Health Policy Research Seminars

Our seminars focus on health equity, health economics and ongoing health policy research.
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Research in Progress with Joshua Salomon: After Omicron? Evaluating COVID-19 Outbreak Vulnerability and Early Surge Signals

March 4, 2022


Joshua Salomon of Stanford Health Policy
Rod Searcey
Joshua Salomon, Professor of Health Policy and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. His research focuses on public health policy and priority-setting, including modeling patterns and trends in major causes of global mortality and disease burden; evaluation of health interventions and policies; and measurement and valuation of health outcomes. 




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Health Equity Lecture with Utibe Essien: Pursuing Pharmacoequity — Race and Novel Drugs in the US

March 11, 2022


Utibe R. Essien Gives Health Equity Lecture at Stanford Health Policy

Utibe R. Essien is an Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Essien’s research focuses on racial disparities in the use of novel therapeutics in the management of chronic diseases including atrial fibrillation and was recently awarded a 5-year, $1 million Career Development Award from the Department of Veterans Affairs. 



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Health Economics Seminar with Amanda Starc: Does Entry Remedy Collusion? Evidence from the Generic Prescription Drug Cartel

March 14, 2022


Amanda Starc

Amanda Starc is an Associate Professor of Strategy at at the Kellogg School of Management and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Her research examines the Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D, and Medicare Supplement ("Medigap") markets, as well as consumer behavior in insurance exchanges.