Professor Grépin's research focuses on priority setting in health systems, institutional factors affecting the demand and supply of health services, and the politics and effectiveness of development assistance for health. She has a PhD in Health Policy (economics) from Harvard University and an SM in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health. Prior to joining Laurier, she was an Assistant Professor at the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University. She is a visiting fellow at the Center for Global Development in Washington. She is on the editorial boards of the following journals: Global Challenges: Global Health, Health Systems and Reform, and Global Health Governance.
The role of emerging health information systems for planning and evaluation purposes, the impact of health system shocks on the demand and supply of health services, new modalities for development assistance for health, and the evaluation of maternal and child health programs.
I am actively recruiting new doctoral and postdoctoral students interested in health systems research in low and middle-income countries and I will also have additional research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.
Students interested in research assistantships should have a strong background in the analysis of survey data, statistical background, and/or data science.
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