Dr. Sarah H. Neyaz is a lecturer in the Graduate School of Public Health. She has focused her research in Health Economics and Policy. Prior to joining SDSU, she was a Health Economist for MESSA, a health plan in Michigan, and worked for the Michigan Hospital Association. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Molecular Genetics in 2000. Afterwards she went on to do a Master’s in Health Administration at Cornell University. She completed a PhD in Health Economics and Consumer Policy from Cornell University in 2007.