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overview Dr. Pandya loves teaching introductory health decision science and conducting research built on these methods. His areas of interest are: 1) applied decision science studies evaluating cardiovascular disease policies; 2) connecting cost-effectiveness analysis with broader value-based health policies being implemented or piloted in U.S. health reform; and 3) methodological topics within disease simulation modeling (calibration, validation, value of information). His research has been covered in The New York Times, National Public Radio, NBC Nightly News, and other media outlets. Before joining HPM, Dr. Pandya served as Assistant Professor of Healthcare Policy and Research with a secondary appointment in the Department of Radiology at Weill Cornell Medical College from 2012-2014. He graduated from the Harvard PhD Program in Health Policy in 2012, and holds an MPH from Yale University in Health Policy and Administration and a BS from Cornell University in Nutritional Sciences. Prior to entering the PhD program, he worked for two years at a health economics/outcomes research consulting firm. He received the "Outstanding Paper by a Young Investigator Award" from the Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) in 2016, and was one of three recipients of the "Teaching Citation Award" from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in 2017. He received a "Centre for Health Economics Research Fellowship Award" from the University of York in 2018 (visitation in 2019). He was elected as an SMDM trustee in 2019. Dr. Pandya has received grant funding as principal investigator from the National Institutes of Health (R01NS104143, 2018-2023) and the American Heart Association (14CRP18730014, 2014-2015).
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Academic Article Cost-effectiveness of posaconazole versus fluconazole for prevention of invasive fungal infections in U.S. patients with graft-versus-host disease.
Academic Article Calibrating longitudinal models to cross-sectional data: the effect of temporal changes in health practices.
Academic Article Methods of model calibration: observations from a mathematical model of cervical cancer.
Academic Article Cost-effectiveness of posaconazole versus fluconazole or itraconazole in the prevention of invasive fungal infections among neutropenic patients in the United States.
Academic Article Cost effectiveness of intensive lipid-lowering treatment for patients with congestive heart failure and coronary heart disease in the US.
Concept Models, Econometric
Concept Models, Theoretical
Concept Computer Simulation
Concept Models, Statistical
Concept Models, Neurological
Concept Models, Biological
Concept Proportional Hazards Models
Concept Models, Economic
Academic Article Who needs laboratories and who needs statins?: comparative and cost-effectiveness analyses of non-laboratory-based, laboratory-based, and staged primary cardiovascular disease screening guidelines.
Academic Article Increasing Prescription Length Could Cut Cardiovascular Disease Burden And Produce Savings In South Africa.
Academic Article Modeling the Cost Effectiveness of Neuroimaging-Based Treatment of Acute Wake-Up Stroke.
Academic Article Carotid plaque MRI and stroke risk: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Academic Article Cost-Effectiveness of Carotid Plaque MR Imaging as a Stroke Risk Stratification Tool in Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Stenosis.
Academic Article Comparative Effectiveness of Personalized Lifestyle Management Strategies for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction.
Academic Article Bayesian Methods for Calibrating Health Policy Models: A Tutorial.
Academic Article Validation of a Cardiovascular Disease Policy Microsimulation Model Using Both Survival and Receiver Operating Characteristic Curves.
Academic Article Modeling the Impact of Interhospital Transfer Network Design on Stroke Outcomes in a Large City.
Academic Article Modelling the cost-effectiveness of pay-for-performance in primary care in the UK.
Academic Article Modeling the cost effectiveness and budgetary impact of Polypills for secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease in the United States.
Academic Article Guidance for a causal comparative effectiveness analysis emulating a target trial based on big real world evidence: when to start statin treatment.
Academic Article Impact of Treating Oral Disease on Preventing Vascular Diseases: A Model-Based Cost-effectiveness Analysis of Periodontal Treatment Among Patients With Type 2 Diabetes.
Academic Article Development and Calibration of a Dynamic HIV Transmission Model for 6 US Cities.
Academic Article Cost-effectiveness microsimulation of catheter-directed thrombolysis in submassive pulmonary embolism using a right ventricular function model.
Academic Article Ending the HIV epidemic in the USA: an economic modelling study in six cities.
Academic Article Can Pay-for Performance Incentive Levels be Determined Using a Cost-Effectiveness Framework?
Academic Article Dissemination Science to Advance the Use of Simulation Modeling: Our Obligation Moving Forward.
Academic Article Cost-effectiveness of Mechanical Thrombectomy More Than 6 Hours After Symptom Onset Among Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke.
Academic Article Ending the HIV Epidemic Among Persons Who Inject Drugs: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Six US Cities.
Academic Article Prioritizing Additional Data Collection to Reduce Decision Uncertainty in the HIV/AIDS Response in 6 US Cities: A Value of Information Analysis.
Grant Development, Validation, and Application of a Stroke Policy Simulation Model
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.