Radhika Tampi graduated from The Ohio State University in 2014 with a BS in Biomedical Science. She received her MHS in Health Economics from the Department of International Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2016. Prior to joining the PhD program in Health Policy at Harvard, she worked as a research assistant at Johns Hopkins, designing and implementing empirical costing studies alongside HIV/TB interventions in South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and Vietnam. She also worked as a consultant for the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND), estimating the implementation costs of a novel sputum decontamination reagent for use in TB diagnosis in Ethiopia. More recently, she has been developing burden-of-illness models to estimate the costs of chronic liver disease in the U.S. and internationally. Her work has been published in Hepatology and Diabetes Care. Radhika’s current research interests include simulation modeling to analyze the impact of targeted interventions in reducing the burden of infectious diseases globally.