Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The Earth Institute, Columbia University; Sc.D., epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health; B.A., mathematics and biological sciences, Wellesley College
Summary of Experience
Dr. Korves has conducted epidemiological investigations for drug safety research and health care studies on burden of disease, health services delivery, and cost-effectiveness. She has conducted research on cancer, heart failure, and infectious diseases, including vaccine-preventable diseases, HIV, and West Nile virus. For her research, Dr. Korves has collected and utilized data from individual patient-level electronic medical records, medical claims data, aggregate-level data collected at points of service, survey data of health care facilities, questionnaire data from behavioral research, and population-based surveys. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Korves was an assistant professor of clinical epidemiology at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, where she co-directed a graduate-level infectious disease epidemiology course. She also co-taught an intensive infectious disease epidemiology course at the French School of Public Health.
Impact of early versus late systemic lupus erythematosus diagnosis on clinical and economic outcomes
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, April 2014, Vol. 12, No. 2