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Mike Eber, BSE
Mike Eber studies health care consumer decision-making and applies this knowledge to inform social choices and improve policy design. He is particularly interested in accounting for heterogeneity in individual capabilities and preferences to make policy interventions more targeted. His areas of expertise are health policy, behavioral and experimental economics, and decision science.
Alice Ellyson, PhD
Dr. Ellyson is faculty at the University of Washington whose research focuses on how policies, incentives, and infrastructure shape individual health and well-being. She primarily investigates interpersonal violence, especially gender-based violence, and health risk behaviors like alcohol and firearm use among youth and young adults. The goal of her research program is to limit the negative consequences of health risk behaviors and reduce violence by providing rigorous empirical research to inform both policy and practice.
Shireen Hayatghaibi, PhD
Dr. Shireen Hayatghaibi is faculty at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Childrens Hospital. Her research interests are in the areas of economic assessment of new imaging technologies, medical decision making, and imaging utilization related to pediatric care. Her current research utilizes both insurance claims data, along with parent and clinician interviews to understand imaging decisions related to vesicoureteral reflux.