Center for Health Economics of Treatment Interventions for Substance Use Disorder, HCV, and HIV

Funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse as a Center of Excellence

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PLoS One Call for Papers on Substance Use, Misuse and Dependence: Prevention and Treatment

Manuscript submissions will: 1) Assess the impacts of drug use-relevant policies for human health, 2) Evaluate the effectiveness of novel structural prevention and treatment interventions and 3) Identify and measure the contribution of social, structural and environmental conditions to SUD prevention, recovery and relapse.

Research Assistant at Boston Medical Center

The Research Assistant will help design, build, test and run mathematical models for the evaluation of infectious disease public policy. Responsibilities span the entirety of the research process and include literature review, model development, parameter estimation, data manipulation, analysis and interpretation of results, manuscript preparation and presentation and dissemination of results. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree is preferred.


Experts in cost benefit, cost effectiveness, and budget impact analyses

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Experts in economic analysis of HCV and HIV and treatment among substance users

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Dissemination and Policy

Experts in disseminating health economic research among policy makers and the public

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Pilot Grant and Training

Supports new investigators and investigators new to health economic research in substance use disorders, HCV, and HIV

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