Omar Galárraga, PhD, joined Brown University in 2010 after serving as Faculty at the Mexican School of Public Health in Cuernavaca, Mexico (2006-2010) and as a Researcher at the Institute for Business and Economic Research (IBER) at UC Berkeley. As a Health Economist, he has received funding from NIH, international organizations and various foundations to work on three main areas: (1) applications of health and behavioral economics (conditional economic incentives) to improve prevention and treatment programs for HIV and other chronic diseases; (2) the evaluation of social health insurance in low- and middle-income countries; and (3) the economic efficiency, financing, and cost-effectiveness of health care programs, particularly for HIV. His research appears in public health, health economics, and health services research journals. He is a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of the International AIDS Society, and serves as Associate Editor for BMC Health Services Research. He teaches classes on Comparative Health Care Systems, Statistical Analysis of Population-Level Datasets, and Global Health Economics at Brown University School of Public Health in Providence, USA.
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