Samuel Moy graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors from the University of Chicago in 2012 with a BS in mathematics and a BA in economics. After graduation, he worked as an analyst at the Brattle Group, an economic consulting firm, supporting expert testimony in legal matters pertaining to competition. Following this, he worked as a research assistant to Amanda Kowalski, working on projects related to the short term effects of the Affordable Care Act, the long-term impacts of Medicaid, and the estimation of heterogeneous effects of health insurance on health care utilization. From 2016-2017, he worked as a research assistant to Kate Ho, Ariel Pakes, and Mark Shepard on projects related to hospital and physician integration. His research interests pertain to market structure of provider and payer markets. His studies in the Health Policy program have been supported by the National Science Foundation GRFP.