Teddy Svoronos is a Lecturer at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He teaches courses in statistics and econometrics for both MPP and MPA/ID students, and develops new digital and online teaching materials for the MPP program. In addition, Teddy has produced and taught several online modules for the Building Capacity to use Research Evidence (BCURE) project which have been used in India and Pakistan with the aim of enabling policymakers to effectively use evidence in decision making.
A graduate of the Harvard PhD Program in Health Policy, Svoronos' dissertation focused on the extent to which quasi-experimental designs can approximate the results of randomized trials. He has also conducted research on healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on the interaction between patient behavior and access to health services.
Sponsored projects include research, training, convening, and other initiatives externally funded through grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements. Funding sources can include the US federal government, state and local agencies, private foundations, corporations, and foreign entities (public and private).
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