Allison is a fifth year doctoral student in the Department of Global Health and Population at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a research assistant at the Harvard Center for Health Decision Science. Her research interests include economic modeling of public health interventions, vaccine costs and cost-effectiveness, and the impact of vaccination on population health and economic outcomes, particularly in examining the evidence base on the broader economic impact and value of vaccination.
Prior to joining Harvard, Allison worked as a health economist at the International Vaccine Access Center at Johns Hopkins, and conducted research projects with the World Health Organization, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the University of Washington in Seattle. Her previous education includes a MSPH in Health Policy & Management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a BA in International Relations from Stanford University.