Elizabeth Guo is a first year student in the JD/MPH Program at Harvard Law School and the Harvard School of Public Health. Her interests lie at the intersection of law, health care reimbursement, and biopharmaceutical regulation. Elizabeth graduated from Harvard University with a BA in social studies, focusing on the bioethics of assisted reproduction in China. Prior to law school, she was a senior associate at Avalere Health, working with life science clients on a range of health policy topics, including Medicare coverage and reimbursement, biosimilar regulation, and healthcare quality programs. Elizabeth is a student editor of the Journal of Law and Technology and a member of the Mississippi Delta Project’s Food Policy Initiative.
Donovan S, Jeswani N, Guo E, Wimbush N, Carino T, Woollett G. “Advancing a Common Understanding of Real-World Evidence to Meet Public Health Needs.” Poster session presented at: Academy Health Annual Research Meeting. June 23-25, 2013. Baltimore, MD.
Guo E, Ganesan N, Hanger M, Mitchell KR. “An Examination of Incentive-Based Quality Measurement Programs in Four Countries.” Poster session presented at: Academy Health Annual Research Meeting. June 24-26, 2012. Orlando, FL.