Dr. Verguet joined the Post-Graduate Fellowship program in 2009 and worked with the Disease Control Priorities Network research team. He helped analyze the cost-effectiveness of hundreds of health interventions, including antiretroviral drugs for HIV, childhood immunizations, and vitamin A supplementation.
After IHME, Dr. Verguet went on to be an Acting Assistant Professor of Global Health at the University of Washington.
Verguet S, Jassat W, Bertram MY, Tollman SM, Murray CJL, Jamison DT, Hofman KJ. Impact of supplemental immunisation activity (SIA) campaigns on health systems: findings from South Africa. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2013 Nov 1; 67(11).
Verguet S, Young-Holt B, Szeri AJ. Preferences about microbicide attributes depend on biophysical constraints. Submitted.
Verguet S, Walsh JA. Vaginal microbicides save money: a model of cost-effectiveness in South Africa and the United States. Sexually Transmitted Infections; in press.
Szeri AJ, Park SC, Verguet S, Weiss A, Katz DF. A model of trans-luminal flow of anti-HIV microbicide vehicle: combined elastic squeezing and gravitational sliding. Physics of Fluids. 2008; 20(8): 083101-083101-10.