Ibrahima (Ibou) Dieye
Ibou is a second-year doctoral student in Health Policy at Harvard with a concentration in Health Economics. His research interests include community-based approaches to health care delivery and health insurance, universal health coverage, behavioral health economics, and the applications of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare. Prior to Harvard, Ibou received a bachelor’s degree from Macalester College in 2017 with majors in Applied Mathematics and Economics and a minor in Computer Science. Following graduation, he spent four years at Analysis Group (AG), where he worked in Health Economics and Outcome Research (HEOR) as an Analyst, a Senior Analyst, and a Data Scientist. While at AG, he was involved in a variety of healthcare-related projects, including real-world evidence analyses, economic modeling, statistical modeling, and healthcare strategy. Some of his work has been published in journals such as PLOS One and The Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research.