Maryam Jafari Bidgoli, PhD

Maryam Jafari Bidgoli, PhD — Assistant Professor

Dr. Maryam Jafari Bidgoli is assistant professor of Health Economics in the Department of Community Medicine and Population Health and the Institute for Rural Health Research. Bidgoli earned doctoral and master’s degrees in Economics from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. She served as a visiting assistant professor of Health Economics for the University of Connecticut’s Business School Finance Department, and has taught a wide range of economics courses, including microeconomics, health care management, health care industry analysis, statistics and econometrics and health economics. She was the recipient of the BlueCross BlueShield of Michigan Foundation Doctoral Student Award for her proposal, “Health Shocks and Labor Markets: Cancer in Michigan.” Her professional interests include health economics, health care management and labor economics.