Joel D. Kallich
Joel D. Kallich, BGS, MA, PhD (University of Iowa, Boston University) is an Adjunct Professor in the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, an instructor in the Osher Life Long Learning Institute at the University of Southern Maine, and a consultant on market access strategy, epidemiology, data science, and health economics to academia, regenerative medicine, and pharmaceutical manufacturers, advocacy organizations, state and federal government, and health care providers and insurers. His research focuses on public policy, information technology, health services research, and economics. He has held leadership and research positions at Amgen, Inc., conducted research at the RAND Corporation, and taught at Boston University, Northeastern University, California State Universities of Northridge and Channel Islands, and the David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles. He has also held positions at the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services where he was awarded Inspection of Year for his work on equity in organ transplantation access in the US; he developed a low-income program for health insurance while at the Massachusetts Department of Public Welfare, and launched an infant mortality reduction program for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.