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Kristen Lloyd, MPH

Program Staff

Kristen Lloyd (M.P.H., Rutgers School of Public Health) is a Senior Research Project Manager at the Rutgers Center for Pharmacoepidemiology and Treatment Science where she provides data management and analytical support for various research projects. She has extensive experience evaluating health system performance improvements in NJ’s Medicaid program through analysis of claims data and has also investigated environmental determinants of childhood obesity among urban youth, linking data from public sources and primary data collection efforts. She has expertise in the preparation and analysis of in-house and national survey data to inform policymakers on factors that impact health insurance coverage and access to medical care. Prior to joining the Institute for Health, she worked for the Rutgers School of Public Health as a Project Coordinator for a retrospective cohort study investigating racial disparities in breast cancer treatment. She received her M.P.H. with a concentration in Epidemiology from the Rutgers School of Public Health.