Itamar Megiddo

Resident Scholar

Itamar Megiddo is a research associate at CDDEP.  He received both a bachelor's and a master's degree in economics from McGill University, where he worked on international environmental agreements.  He currently works on individual based models in both fields of antibiotic resistance and malaria eradication.  He has lived across the globe, however, as a native Israeli he appreciates the DC weather after living for four years in Montreal.  When he is not hard at work, you may find Itamar on the baseball field or on the basketball court.

Publications

22 Jun 2016

How can we model the transmission of Streptococcus pneumoniae for public health and policy, capturing the...

11 Nov 2015

Among rural Indian households who currently do not have access to (or those who do not access) neonatal care, what are the health and economic benefits of scaling up access to a package of home-...

4 Dec 2014

What is the cost-effectiveness of policies that expand the use of aspirin, injection streptokinase, beta-blockers, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, and statins for in India for treatment...

10 Aug 2014

How would increasing immunization coverage and introducing a rotavirus vaccine affect the disease and financial burden of vaccine-preventable illnesses in India?

10 Apr 2014

Objectives: To estimate the epidemiological and financial benefits and the distributional consequences of policy interventions for coronary heart disease (CHD) and secondary...

17 Jun 2013

What determines an Indian household's choice of healthcare provider?