The Medical Practice Evaluation Center is an interdivisional center dedicated to improving clinical outcomes, increasing value in health policy, and informing global public health through innovative research, collaboration, and education.
August 15, 2022
Congratulations to the following MPEC faculty and fellows for their recent awards!
- Dr. Andrea Ciaranello received the MGH Research Scholar award in Population and Health Care Research.
- Dr. Suzanne McCluskey received an NIH R01 for her project entitled A Randomized Clinical Trial to Evaluate Solutions for the Management of Virologic Failure for Individuals on TLD in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Dr. John Chiosi received the 2022 Doris Duke Physician Scientist Fellowship for his project entitled Addressing Health Inequality and Improving Outcomes in Injection Drug Use and Related Infections.
February 1, 2022
April 22, 2021
The CEPAC model is a computer-based, state-transition, Monte Carlo simulation model of the progression and outcomes of HIV disease.
Recent publications from the faculty at the Medical Practice Evaluation Center.