About Kara Cotich
Kara Cotich is the lead research assistant for the Program in Health Decision Science projects in HIV and AIDS. Most active in the large project, CEPAC (Cost-Effectiveness of Preventing AIDS Complications) project, Kara is leading the efforts in developing cost instruments and cross-country templates for the economic data for the model and model calibration and validation. Kara has interests in both clinical medicine and public health and hopes to use her research experience as a springboard to continue her doctoral education in the field of Decision Science and its applications to real world health disparities and inequities. She graduated from Union College in 2004 with a BS in Biology, worked for 2 years as the lead laboratory technician in a Pulmonary Research Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Harvard School of Public Health
Website: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/ Type: Academic Institution Country: United States About: The Harvard School of Public Health includes more than 200 faculty members working in various disciplines of public health. The overarching mission of the School - to advance the public's health through learning, discovery, and communication - comprises four objectives: to provide the highest level of education to public health scientists, practitioners, and leaders; to foster new discoveries leading to improved health for the people of this country and all nations; to strengthen health capacities and services for communities; and to inform policy debate, disseminate health information and increase awareness of public health as a public good and fundamental right.
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