I am an independent health economist with interests in regression based methods for economic evaluation, model specification, surgery and public health, and infectious disease. My background is in global health and I am interested in program development and evaluation, particularly for underserved populations and people who would benefit most. I also recognize the importance of publishing results that are not significant or that support the status quo. Risk of bias, discussions of research quality, and understanding how decision makers consider research are also among my interests. I am committed to making a difference in health systems development and am looking for opportunities to develop as a public health professional.