Farah Farahati Profile
Farah Farahati, PhD
Dr. Farahati received her PhD. in applied microeconomics in the area of labour economics and public finance from the Department of Economics, Northern Illinois University in May 2001. Following the completion of her doctoral studies, she completed a two-year Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Centers for Mental Health care Research, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock Arkansas (2001-2003). This was followed by another two-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Center for Program for Assessment of Technology and Health (PATH), McMaster University (2003- 2005). Most recently (2005-2007), she worked as a Health Economist at the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) and at THETA (2008-2009). Farah's work experience includes applying econometric analysis and outcomes research methodologies to the health care services issues and pharmaceutical interventions such as decision analytic modeling, cost-effectiveness analysis, budget impact, direct and indirect burden of illness studies.