School of Pharmacy

Noah joined the CHOICE Institute as a postdoctoral scholar in Fall 2020. His research merges the innovations of machine learning and applied health economics to understand and improve healthcare delivery and equity. He uses the innovations in machine learning to investigate clinical decisions, specifically the role of social factors in clinical disparities using clinical data. At CHOICE, his research focus will be the application of machine learning techniques to assess the predictability of the expenses for various subgroups of patients in cancer and sickle cell disease contexts. Noah obtained his PhD at the O’Neil School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University in 2018, where he focused his study on health economics, health policy, statistics, and machine learning. He also taught several courses including health economics and statistics. Noah completed a National Library of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education at UW. A native of the PNW, Noah is happy to join CHOICE where he can enjoy scientific research as well as the best of the city and surrounding beauty.