Maddalena Ferrana, PhD, is an assistant professor of pharmaceutical and health economics. She received a PhD in economics from Toulouse School of Economics and was a values and public policy postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University.
Prior to joining USC, she was a research associate at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her main research interests are welfare economics, global health and climate change economics, particularly the development and application of methods to assess the equity implications of health and environmental interventions.