Jane J Kim
Faculty Administration

Jane J Kim

Dean for Academic Affairs

Office of Faculty Affairs

jkim@hsph.harvard.edu

Other Positions

K.T. Li Professor of Health Economics

Health Policy and Management

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health


Overview

Dr. Kim's research focuses on the development and application of mathematical modeling methods to evaluate health policy issues related to women's health. She has developed and used models to perform cost-effectiveness analyses of cervical cancer screening strategies in the U.S., Europe, Hong Kong, and less developed regions.

Her methodological interests include integrating different methods of operations research to inform health decision-making in low-resource settings, such as packaging health services at opportune moments and quantifying the impacts of budget and human resource constraints on program effectiveness and feasibility.

She has won awards for her presentations at annual meetings held by the Society for Medical Decision Making and the International Papillomavirus Society.

Dr. Kim holds a Master's degree in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health (2001) and a Ph.D. in Health Policy and Decision Sciences from Harvard University (2005).


Bibliography

Rationale and design of a double-blind randomized non-inferiority clinical trial to evaluate one or two doses of vaccine against human papillomavirus including an epidemiologic survey to estimate vaccine efficacy: The Costa Rica ESCUDDO trial.

Porras C, Sampson JN, Herrero R, Gail MH, Cortés B, Hildesheim A, Cyr J, Romero B, Schiller JT, Montero C, Pinto LA, Schussler J, Coronado K, Sierra MS, Kim JJ, Torres CM, Carvajal L, Wagner S, Campos NG, Ocampo R, Kemp TJ, Zuniga M, Lowy DR, Avila C, Chanock S, Castrillo A, Estrada Y, Barrientos G, Monge C, Oconitrillo MY, Kreimer AR.

Vaccine. 2022 01 03. 40(1):76-88. PMID: 34857420


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