John P Caloyeras
John Caloyeras is an assistant policy analyst at the RAND Corporation and a doctoral fellow at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. Before coming to PRGS, he was a project manager and health economist at Abt Associates, Inc., where his work ranged from developing cost-effectiveness and pricing models for drugs and devices to conducting retrospective database analyses and literature reviews. At RAND, Caloyeras has worked primarily with RAND Health. His project experience includes evaluating the impact of employer wellness programs, estimating the value of healthcare interventions, and developing a physician survey to evaluate the appropriateness of care delivered in the United States. Caloyeras plans for his dissertation to focus on health care value and conflicts of interest in medicine. He holds a B.A. in biology from Carleton College and a M.Phil. in policy analysis from the Pardee RAND Graduate School.
Caloyeras JP, Zhang B, Wang C, Eriksson M, Fredrikson S, Beckmann K, Knappertz V, Pohl C, Hartung HP, Shah D, Sandbrink R, Lanius V, Gondek K, Russell MW, "Cost-effectiveness analysis of interferon beta-1b for the treatment of patients with a first clinical event suggestive of multiple sclerosis.," Clinical Therapeutics, 34(5):1132-1144, 2012
Boulanger L, Joshi AV, Tortella BJ, Menzin J, Caloyeras JP, Russell MW., "Excess mortality, length of stay, and costs associated with serious hemorrhage among trauma patients: findings from the National Trauma Data Bank.," The American Surgeon, 73(12):1269-1274, 2007
Foster TS, Miller JD, Marton JP, Caloyeras JP, Russell MW, Menzin J., "Assessment of the Economic Burden of COPD in the US: A Review and Synthesis.," COPD, 3(4):211-218, 2006
Fraenkel M, Caloyeras J, Ren S-G, Melmed S., "Sex-steroid milieu determines diabetes rescue in pttg-null mice.," J Endocrinol, 189(3):519-528, 2006