Sarah M. Bartsch, MPH
Research Associate, Department of International Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Sarah is a Research Associate with the Public Health Operations and Research (PHICOR) Group. She has been a part of PHICOR since August of 2009 and was formally its Research Coordinator and Senior Analyst when at the University of Pittsburgh. Sarah received a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2007 and a Master’s in Public Health in Epidemiology from The Ohio State University in June of 2009. Her current research primarily focuses on economic and operational modeling of various health care associated infections (HAIs), the effects of patient sharing among hospital networks, influenza, neglected tropical diseases, and malaria. Within the Global Obesity Prevention Center (GOPC), Sarah serves as mentor. She provides guidance and aid in designing and building models, as well as interpreting results.
- Lee BY, Bartsch SM, Mvundura M, Jarrahian C, Zapf KM, Marinan K, Wateska AR, Snyder B, Swaminathan S, Jacoby E, Norman JJ, Prausnitz MR, Zehrung D. An economic model assessing the value of microneedle patch delivery of the seasonal influenza vaccine. Vaccine. 2015; Epub ahead of print.
- Bartsch SM, Umscheid CA, Nachamkim I, Hamilton K. Lee BY. Comparing the economic and health benefits of different approaches to diagnosing Clostridium difficile infection. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2015;21(1):77.
- Bartsch SM, Lee BY. Economics and Financing of Vaccines for Diarrheal Diseases. Hum Vaccin Immunother. 2014;10(6).
- Bartsch SM, Huang SS, Wong KF, Avery TR, Lee BY. The spread and control of norovirus outbreaks among hospitals in a region: a simulation model. Open Forum Infect Dis. 2014;1(2).