Michael Harhay, MPH

CPHI Associate Fellow

Title: Doctoral candidate, Center for Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Email:
mharhay@mail.med.upenn.edu

Public Health Interests:

Epidemiology, demography, program evaluation, statistical methods

Current Public-Health Related Activities:

I am interested in developing and tailoring clinical trial methods and designs and statistical methods for clinical epidemiology research. My collaborative work is primarily in cardiovascular and critical care epidemiology. I am especially interested in cardiovascular disease and epidemiologic transitions in low and middle income countries.

Select Publications:

Haray MO, Wagner J, Ratcliffe SJ, Bronheim RS, Gopal A, Green S, Cooney E, Mikkelsen ME, Prasad Kerlin M, Small DS, Halpern SD. 2014. Outcomes and Statistical Power in Adult Critical Care Randomized Trials. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Jun 15; 189(12): 146-78.

Rasella D, Harhay MO, Pamponet ML, Aquino R, Barreto ML. 2014. Impact of Primary Health Care on Mortality from Heart and Cerebrovascular Diseases in Brazil: a Nationwide Analysis of Longitudinal Data. British Medical Journal Jul 3; 349: g4014.

Harhay MO, Bor J, Basu S, McKee M, Stuckler D. 2014. Different impact of the economic recession on alcohol use among white British adults, 2006-2009. European Journal of Public Health Jun; 24(3): 410-5.

Epstein A, Groeneveld P, Harhay MO, Yang F, Polsky D. 2013. The Impact of Minimally Invasive Surgical Technology on the Costs of Employee Absenteeism. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) - Surgery Jul; 148(7): 641-647.

Kerlin MP, Small DS, Cooney E, Fuchs BD, Bellini LM, Mikkelsen ME, Schweickert WD, Bakhru RN, Gabler NB, Harhay MO, Hansen-Flaschen J, Halpern SD. 2013. A Randomized Trial of Nighttime Physician Staffing in an Intensive Care Unit. New England Journal of Medicine Jun 6; 368(23): 2201-9.