Dr. Shi Lizheng
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Dr. Shi Lizheng
Adjunct Professor of Peking University CCHDS
Lizheng Shi, PhD, MsPharm is the endowed Regents Associate Professor in Department of Global Health Systems and Development at School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine of Tulane University. He is also jointly appointed as clinical faculty in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at School of Medicine of Tulane University. Dr. Shi was trained as a pharmacist (B.S. 1992, M.S. 1994) through Shanghai Medical University and Peking Union Medical College, respectively. He was also trained as an economist (M.A. in Economics 1999, PhD in pharmaceutical economics and policy 2001) through the University of Southern California. He has been the Principal Investigators and Co-Principal Investigators for 15 grants and contracts from a variety of funding sources including the World Health Organization, American Diabetes Association, American Psychiatry Association Foundation, Department of the Veteran Affairs, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, pharmaceutical companies and managed care organizations. His current research interests include comparative effectiveness research, health technology assessment (cost of illness, cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness, cost utility) and health care quality, access, and evaluation. He is also interested in health informatics interventions to address health systems issues regarding quality and safety of patient care. In 2008-2009, Dr. Shi served as the member of Board of Directors for the Chinese Economist Society (CES). He participated in organizing CES conferences in China (March 2008) and Canada (August 2008) and the CES annual business meeting.