Srikanth Kadiyala

Santa Monica Office


Ph.D. in health policy/economics, Harvard University


Srikanth Kadiyala is an economist at the RAND Corporation. His research interests are in the areas of health policy and health economics, particularly cancer screening policy and health insurance effects on health outcomes. Kadiyala's current research is focused on how health insurance affects cancer detection, and understanding how cancer screening policy in the U.S. and other OECD countries affects cancer detection and mortality. He received his Ph.D. in health policy and economics from Harvard University.

Recent Projects

  • Effects of Deployments on Family Health Care Utilization
  • Workplace efforts to promote influenza vaccination among healthcare personnel and their association with uptake during the 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1)
  • Does Medicare Affect Cancer Health Outcomes?
  • How Effective is Population-Based Cancer Screening? Regression Discontinuity Estimates from the U.S. Guideline Screening Initiation Ages