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Cornell University, Economics, M.A. Dec 2014, Ph.D. Jan 2018.
Colgate University, Economics and Mathematics B.A. May 2007.


Primary Field: Health
Secondary Research Fields: Industrial Organization
Secondary Teaching Fields: Public Economics, Econometrics


Visiting Assistant Professor
Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
Fall 2017-present
Teaching Assistant (see teaching experience below)
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Fall 2011-Spring 2017
Research Assistant: Professor Samuel Kleiner
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Fall 2012-Spring 2016
Research Assistant Professor Bruce Wydick.
University of San Francisco. San Francisco, CA
Sep 2009 - Dec 2010
Consultant: Analytics & Measurement Team
MarketBridge Consulting, San Francisco, CA.
July 2007-Aug 2011
Research Assistant Professor Kevin Rask.
Colgate University. Hamilton, NY
Summer 2005, 2006



'Antitrust and Accountable Care Organizations: Observations for the Physician Market.' Medical Care Research and Review, January 2016, 1077558715627554. (with Samuel A. Kleiner and William D. White)  
"Environmental and health impacts from the introduction of improved wood stoves: evidence from a
field experiment in Guatemala." Environment, Development and Sustainability 13, no. 4 (2011):
657-676. (with Kent Moriarty, and Bruce Wydick)


Efficiency Implications of Physician Integration: Behavioral vs Administrative (view current working paper)  
Physician Practice and MCO Negotiation: The Impact of Time Sensitive Supply and Demand. Presented as a poster at ASHEcon 2018. (view current working paper).  
The Impact of ACO Formation on Physician Referrals (with Samuel Kleiner). Funded by a grant from Cornell's Institute for the Social Sciences. Presented as a poster at ASHEcon 2019. (view current working paper).  
Insurer Market Structure as a Determinate of Physician Practice Size (view current working paper)  
Heterogeneous Impacts from the Release of Inpatient Care Reports in Texas (view current working paper)  
Identifying and Correcting Bias Driven by Market Boundaries in Willingness-to-Pay Estimates (view current working paper)  


Who does what? An Analysis of the Relationship Between Physicians' Specialties and Procedures (preview)
Did Medicare Accountable Care Organizations Increase Integration? A Look at Patient Sharing Patterns


ASHEcon Annual Meeting June 2019
Discussant for "Does Regression to the Mean Explain the Decline in Readmissions Observed at Hospitals Penalized for Excess Readmissions?" Sushant Joshi with Teryl Nuckols; Jose Escarce; Peter Huckfeldt; Ioana Popescu; Neeraj Sood
Discussant for "Occupational Licensing and Patient Outcomes: Do qualified social workers improve post-acute care discharge outcomes?" John Bowblis with Amy Restorick Roberts and Austin Smith
Poster for "The Impact of ACO Formation on Physician Referrals" (with Samuel Kleiner) (view poster)
30th Annual Conference on Teaching Economics Feb 2019
Presented "Student Created Podcasts as a Learning Tool"
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Nov 2018
Invited speaker: Economics Department Seminar
ASHEcon Biannual Meeting June 2018
Presented "Efficiency Implications of Physician Integration: Behavioral vs Administrative" in the panel "Understanding Physician Admitting and Referral Patterns" led by Ian McCarthy.
Discussant for "How Did Affordable Care Act Exchanges Affect Individuals' Willingness to Quit Their Jobs?" Paul Shafer with Jason Rotter and Alex Gertner.
Poster for "Physician Practice and MCO Negotiation: The Impact of Time Sensitive Supply and Demand"
Cornell University, Policy Analysis and Management Workshop Nov 2016
Colgate University-Hamilton College Economics Seminar Series Oct 2016


First-Year Writing Seminar Grant Recipient
• Cornell's John S. Knight Institute for Writing in the Disciplines
Fall 2016
Cornell University Institute of Social Sciences, Small Grant Recipient ($5,600)
• The Impact of ACO Formation on Physician Referrals (w/Samuel Kleiner)
Fall 2015
The Howard & Abby Milstein Graduate Outstanding Teaching Assistantship Award Dec 2012
MarketBridge Consulting, Innovator of the Year 2008 & 2009



Workshop on Leading Intergroup Dialogue
 • Colgate University Intergroup Dialogue Council
May 2019
Workshop on Healing Justice by Loretta Pyles, Ph.D
 •Colgate Workshop Series on The Heart of Higher Education
Fall 2018
Cornell University Center for Teaching Excellence
 •Graduate Research and Teaching Fellow
Aug 2015-May 2016
Course: The Practice of Teaching in Higher Education Fall 2015
Course: Teaching College Writing Summer 2016


Intergroup Dialogue Facilitator
Lead incoming first-years in a workshop discussing identities, and dialogue
August 2019
Referee: Journal of Health Economics
Reviewed article on the impact of physician retirement.
Summer 2019
Honors Thesis Advisor
"The Distributional Effects of Lowering the Social Security Retirement Age"
Fall 2019


Colgate University
Introductory Economics Fall 2019
Health Economics Fall 2019
Public Economics Fall 2017, 2018, Spring 2018, 2019
Econometrics Fall 2017, 2018, Spring & Fall 2019
Cornell University
First-year Writing Seminar on The US Healthcare System Fall 2016
Teaching Assistant (Cornell University)
Intermediate Microeconomics Fall 2015, Spring 2016
Intermediate Macroeconomics Spring 2015
Introductory Macroeconomics Fall 2012
Introductory Microeconomics Spring 2012
Introductory Microeconomics - Distance Learning Summer 2012, 2013,2016, Winter 2012, 2013
Workshop Presenter - Center for Teaching Excellence  
Led three workshops (listed below) as part of my CTE graduate teaching fellowship which were attended by interested graduate students  
• Electronic Portfolios as a Tool to Enhance Learning and Assessment Spring 2016
• Holding Effective Office Hours Fall 2015
• Effectively Dealing with Challenging Classroom Situations Fall 2015


American Economic Association
American Society of Health Economists
Omicron Delta Epsilon - The International Economics Honor Society
Citizenship: United States
Stata, SAS, MATLAB, VBA, SQL, Java
Web basics: HTML, PHP, CSS, Javascript