Alice Milivinti is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Stanford University School of Medicine at Center for Population Health Sciences. Her primary interest is to bring economic thinking and econometric techniques to answer Public Health questions. She works with Dr. Rehkopf D. on trying to uncover the causal impact on health of socio-economic policies ranging from the New Deal programs to the Earned Income Tax Credit. She is co-PI with Dr. Athey S. on a Spectrum PHS Pilot Grant, which aims to develop a surrogate health index of short-term indicators to evaluate the impact of social policies on longer-term health outcomes. Her secondary research interest is on environmental epidemiology. She is a co-investigator of the Spectrum PHS Pilot Grant with Dr. Benini G. and Dr Brant A. for studying the health effects of upstream methane emission (flaring and venting) from the oil and gas sector. She is also a Fellow of Dr. Carstensen L. New Map of Life Project at the Stanford the Center on Longevity, where she investigates the disruptive potential of longer lives on work.

Professional Education

  • Master of Science, Geneva University (2013)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Geneva University (2018)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Universita Degli Studi Di Bologna (2010)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Université de Genève, Demography (2018)
  • Master of Science, Université de Genève, Economics (2013)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Università di Bologna, International Studies (2010)

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