Steven Masiano currently works at the Cleveland Clinic in the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences as an assistant staff and serves as a quantitative methodologist in the Healthcare Delivery & Implementation Science Center. His research interests include understanding barriers to accessing health care services, applying quantitative methods in implementation research, assessing implementation costs, and conducting cost-effectiveness analyses within implementation research. He has authored articles on healthcare outcomes and structural barriers to healthcare access among vulnerable populations in Malawi and the United States, and articles that contributed to a greater understanding of the cost-effectiveness of interventions aimed at improving access to healthcare services. Masiano received a Master of Science in Global Health Policy and Management from Brandeis University (2013), a PhD in Healthcare Policy and Research from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2018, and a post-doctoral fellowship in Global HIV Implementation Science with the Baylor College of Medicine (2021). Steven is a former Fulbright Scholar.