The Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science (CMIPS) is pleased to welcome Drew Cameron, PhD, to the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH). Dr. Cameron earned his PhD (2020) in Health Policy, with a focus on Population Health Economics, from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health. He also holds an MA in International Development from American University, where he specialized in Global Health and Program Evaluation.
Dr. Cameron, a tenure-track assistant professor, has appointments at CMIPS and in the YSPH Department of Health Policy and Management. His primary research focuses on the use of subsidies to improve the adoption of health behaviors in resource poor settings. His other research interests include international development, global health, incarceration, impact evaluation, HIV/AIDS, early childhood development, WASH, rural development, social marketing, costing, cost effectiveness/cost benefit analysis, research transparency, and replication.
An already strong multidisciplinary CMIPS faculty, which includes statisticians, physicians, and various social scientists, will be further strengthened and enhanced by Dr. Cameron’s expertise in health economics and program evaluation. He is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the incredible students and faculty at CMIPS and YSPH.