- Clinical Associate Professor, Global Health
- Project Director, Strengthening Economic Evaluation for Multisectoral Strategies for Nutrition (SEEMS-Nutrition),
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Dr. Carol Levin, is a health economist and associate professor in the Department of Global Health at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on the costs and cost-effectiveness of introducing and scaling up public health interventions and new technologies, including mHealth technologies to strengthen the delivery of mental health and reproductive, maternal and child prevention and treatment services. Previously, she provided technical guidance and coordinated the economic analysis for the Disease Control Priorities Third Edition—a nine-volume series aimed at strengthening evidence based priority setting in health and nutrition. She was the director of the Global Health Cost Consortium from 2012 to 2016—a project that generated improved estimates of costs for HIV and TB for use in planning, budgeting and economic evaluation. She is currently the director of the project ‘Strengthening the Economic Evaluation of Multisectoral Strategies for Nutrition (SEEMS-Nutrition)’. She teaches and mentors students on global health economics and cost methods in global health.
- BA (University of Colorado (Boulder))
- PhD (Cornell University)
- MSc (University of California (Davis))
- Cervical Cancer
- Child and Adolescent Health (incl. Pediatrics)
- Delivery Logistics
- Health Economics
- Health Technologies
- Implementation Science
- Maternal Child Health (incl. Reproductive Health)
- Mental Health
- Mobile Health (mHealth)
- Non-Communicable Diseases
Technology programs related to immunization, cervical cancer screening and prevention, family planning and reproductive health; maternal and child health interventions for public health programs in developing countries
Nugent, R., Levin, C., Hale, J., & Hutchinson, B. (2020). Economic effects of the double burden of malnutrition. The Lancet, 395(10218), 156-164.
Levin, C., Self, J.L., Kedera, E., Wamalwa, M., Hu, J., Grant, F., Webb-Girard, A., Cole, D.C. & Low, J. (accepted). What is the cost of integration? Evidence from the Mama SASHA project to improve health and nutrition through an integrated orange flesh sweet potato production and health service delivery model. Health Policy Planning 2019.
Roberts, D.A., Barnabas, R.V., Abuna, F., Lagat, H., Kinuthia, J., Pintye, J., Bochner, A.F., Forsythe, S., Gomez, G.B., Baeten, J.M., John-Steward, G. & Levin, C. (2019). The role of costing in the introduction and scale‐up of HIV pre‐exposure prophylaxis: evidence from integrating PrEP into routine maternal and child health and family planning clinics in western Kenya. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 22, e25296.
Cherutich, P., Farquhar, C., Wamuti, B., Otieno, F. A., Mutiti, P. M., Macharia, P., ... & Levin, C. (2018). HIV partner services in Kenya: a cost and budget impact analysis study. BMC health services research, 18(1), 721.