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Benjamin Thompson

Graduate Student, Population Studies Center.

Graduate Student, Department of Economics.

Economics, Year: advanced

PSC Mentor: John Bound

M.A., University of Michigan

Research Interests: health economics, labor, public finance, econometrics and macroeconomics

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Huang, David T., Derek C. Angus, Marc Moss, Benjamin Thompson, Niall D. Ferguson, Adit Ginde, Michelle Ng Gong, Stephanie Gundel, Douglas L. Hayden, R.R. Hite, Lifang Hou, Catherine L. Hough, Theodore J. Iwashyna, Kathleen D. Liu, Daniel S. Talmor, and Donald M. Yealy. 2017. "Design and Rationale of the Reevaluation of Systemic Early Neuromuscular Blockade Trial for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome." Annals of the American Thoracic Society, 14(1): 124-133. DOI. Abstract.

Pandey, A.S., J.J. Gemmete, T.J. Wilson, N. Chaudhary, Benjamin Thompson, L.B. Morgenstern, and James F. Burke. 2015. "High Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Patient Volume Associated With Lower Mortality and Better Outcomes." Neurosurgery, 77(3): 462-470. DOI. Abstract.

Shih, Y., Jennifer Ward-Batts, C. Pettaway, Y. Xu, S. Matin, J. Davis, Benjamin Thompson, and L. Elting. 2012. "Comparative Effectiveness, Cost, and Utilization of Radical Prostatectomy among Young Men within Managed Care Insurance Plans." Value in Health, 15(2): 367-375. DOI. Abstract.