Affiliate - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Assistant Professor of Medicine
My research interests involve understanding the relationship between policies and health outcomes in developing countries. I explore how decisions about foreign assistance for health are made, and how those decisions affect health and health delivery systems in recipient countries. I further explore issues of resource allocation in low and middle-income countries through disease modeling and cost-effectiveness analyses.
Selected Publications by this Author
News & Press Releases
Satellite measurements of air quality across sub-Saharan Africa revealed small improvements in air quality could be one of the most effective interventions to curb infant mortality rates.
By Michelle Horton,
Dr. Eran Bendavid is mentioned refrencing a study on the effectivness on Global Aid in fighting Malaria
By Donald G. McNeil Jr.,