Jinyi Zhu graduated from Peking University in 2014 with a BS in Biological Science and a BA in Economics, where she also worked as an undergraduate research assistant for two years on policy analysis and economic evaluation of China’s healthcare reforms. Following graduation, she pursued an MPH in Health Policy at the Yale School of Public Health and graduated in 2016. Jinyi has broad research interests in resource prioritization and simulation modeling of cardiovascular disease and TB/HIV in both US and global settings. She also has strong interests in the associated methodological issues, especially on model calibration and validation techniques. Jinyi's dissertation work focuses on using microsimulation models and cost-effectiveness analysis to help set priorities among stroke quality measures in the US and China.