Sarah Cox, MSPH
Research Assistant, Department of International Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Sarah Cox joined the Global Obesity Prevention Center (GOPC) in August of 2017. She earned her BSBA in 2013 from the University of Miami in Health Sector Management and Policy, minoring in Mathematics and Dance. In 2016, she obtained her MSPH in International Health: Global Disease Epidemiology and Control from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health focusing on infectious disease, vaccine science and policy.
Sarah is passionate about vaccine-preventable diseases and vaccine economics, which grew during her time working as a Program in Applied Vaccine Experience (PAVE) Scholar at the World Health Organization’s Institute for Vaccine Research and as a Research Assistant at the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC). As a Research Assistant at the GOPC, she develops and test models related to vaccine supply chains and infectious disease transmission and control.
- Cox, S., Guidera, K., Simon, M., Nonyane, B.A.S., Brieger, W., Bornman, M.S., Kruger, P.S.. Interactive Malaria Education Intervention and its Effect on Community Participant Knowledge: The Malaria Awareness Program (MAP) in Vhembe District, Limpopo, South Africa. International Quarterly of Community Health Education (in press)
- Carvalho, N., Jit, M., Cox, S., Yoong, J., & Hutubessy, R. C. W. (2017). Capturing Budget Impact Considerations Within Economic Evaluations: A Systematic Review of Economic Evaluations of Rotavirus Vaccine in Low- and Middle-Income Countries and a Proposed Assessment Framework. PharmacoEconomics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40273-017-0569-2