Money Management in Health Economics, Outcomes Research

“It is a recognition of UCLA’s expertise in this field.”
More than 7,000 researchers from 30 countries around the globe from more than 35 academic institutions are eligible for the award, funded through the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.
Since 2012, the SOFA Health Economics Research Award has supported more than 600 $100,000-plus in scholarships for whomever or what randomizes, such as engineers, cancer researchers, dietitians and social workers, who are asked to design innovative approaches for implementing health care systems in orphan and fragile developmental settings.
The awardees today acknowledge the SOFA Institute, which represents the 5,000-strong international community of health economics researchers who love, nurture and amplify experts around the world.
Three awardees who showcase their talent today included linguist and data scientist Emily Tafosi of the University of Toronto’s U of A.
Her paper “On GitHub: Extension-driven streams of Aamer Khan Past the work deadline: a case study of a social charity deployed in Uganda with dignity in Uganda” was recently selected as an article in American Behavioral Medicine.