Devra Barter

Senior Research Analyst

Devra joins CDDEP from Boston Medical Center's Epidemiology and Outcomes Research Unit, where she worked on disease modeling and researched the cost-effectiveness of different screening and treatment methods for people co-infected with HIV and Hepatitis C. She has a Master's of Science in Global Health and Population from Harvard School of Public Health with a concentration in Infectious Disease Epidemiology. Devra's research interests include: infectious disease dynamics, disease modeling, social determinants of health, and economic impact of diseases.

Publications

16 Oct 2015

What is the efficacy of antibiotic prophylaxis for surgery and cancer chemotherapy on preventing infections and infection-related deaths in the United States? How would decreased antibiotic...

15 Sep 2015

What is the current state of antibiotic use and resistance in humans and animals around the globe? In low- and middle-income countries? What national-level strategies can help countries combat...

4 Dec 2014

What have studies that estimate the economic burden of antibiotic resistance contributed to our understanding of the issue? What are their limitations? What conclusions can be reached by...