Lauren A. Do

Lauren is a research assistant at the Center for the Evaluation of Health and Risk (CEVR). Her research is focused on low-value care and economic evaluations surrounding global health initiatives. Additionally, she assists in data management for the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Registry and the Global Health CEA Registry. Lauren graduated from Tufts University with a bachelor’s degree in quantitative economics and philosophy. 


Tackling the World’s Most Vexing Diseases Through Data

A call to re-shape the way policymakers make health decisions by getting the most cost-effective priorities straight