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Justin Trogdon

Professor, Health Policy and Management, UNC-Chapel Hill


Professor, Health Policy and Management, UNC-Chapel Hill

Justin Trogdon, PhD, is a health economist focused on assessing the economic burden of cancer, evaluating the cost and cost-effectiveness of policies and interventions, and development of methods to identify causal effects of policies and interventions and simulate new policies. He is interested in the effects of care coordination and provider referral networks on quality and cost of care in addition to the effect of policies on HPV vaccination. He currently serves as the Director for Cancer Health Economics Initiatives for the Cancer Outcomes Research Program. He collaborates with multiple other members of the Cancer Outcomes Research Program, including Stephanie Wheeler, Katie Reeder-Hayes, and Jennifer Lund. In his spare time he enjoys running and poker.

Comparative Effectiveness Research

Decision Sciences and Economics