Amanda Su is a Health Policy PhD student specializing in health economics. Her research interests include health insurance, payment reform, and disparities in care.
Before Stanford, Amanda was a data scientist at Nuna Health, where she developed and implemented methods to improve patient-physician matching using econometric and machine learning approaches. Prior, at Analysis Group, Amanda helped conduct economic analyses, market power studies, and survey experiments to study firm and consumer behavior. Amanda holds a Bachelor degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.