Emmanuela Gakidou

Professor, Health Metrics Sciences
Adjunct Professor, Global Health
Adjunct Professor, Health Services

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Box 358210
1100 NE 45th St., Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98121-


Research Interests

Impact evaluation studies; health systems reforms; health inequalities and health of the poor; measurement of adult mortality in developing countries


PhD Health Policy, Harvard University, 2001

MSc International Health Economics, Harvard University, 1997

AB Biology, Harvard University, 1995

In the News

Too many children miss out on education — but better data can help
Nature, 04/28/2020

Can alcohol be healthy? Study claims no amount of booze is good for you
Inverse, 12/14/2018

Safest level of alcohol consumption is none, worldwide study shows
Washington Post, 08/24/2018

Diabetes Out of Control in Many Countries, Study Says
Fox, 03/03/2011

Experts question PATH’s claims of success against malaria in Zambia
KPLU, 01/11/2011

More Maternal Education Saves Children's Lives
Bloomberg Business Week, 09/20/2010

Educating Women Saves Children, Study Finds
New York Times, 09/18/2010

A mother's education has a huge effect on a child's health
Washington Post, 09/18/2010

Childhood Deaths Drop as Women's Education Rises, Lancet Study Shows
Bloomberg News, 09/18/2010