CDHA Scholar-in-Residence Program

CDHA Scholar-in-Residence

The CDHA Scholar-in-Residence Program has two aims: to support research by U.S.-based health and aging scholars from underrepresented racial and ethnic populations; and to enhance resources and networks available to these scholars.

Applicants may choose to visit CDHA for approximately one week, to become acquainted with resident faculty, staff, and resources and present a seminar.

Call for Applications

Scholar-in-Residence program applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Applicants should send a CV, tentative seminar topic and short list of UW researchers with overlapping interests to Jason Fletcher.

Past CDHA Scholars

Monica Deza

Monica Deza is an Assistant Professor of Economics. Her research interests include Economics of crime, Economics of Risky Health Behaviors, Applied Microeconometrics and Labor Economics. A common theme in her work is how various policies affect adolescent propensity to engage in crime and drug consumption.

Monica Deza received her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California Berkeley in 2012 and a B.A in Economics and Applied Mathematics from the University of California in Berkeley in 2006. She is an NBER/NSF Crime Research Fellow, and previously worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. During Summer 2016, Dr. Deza was a Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley. Prof. Deza will be visiting September 9-13, 2019.

Research Interests:

Health Economics and Health Services Research

Sebastian Tello-Trillo

Position title: Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia

Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Economics at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy  at the University of Virginia.