Eugene Lin, MD, MS
Eugene Lin is a Nephrology fellow at the Stanford School of Medicine. His research focuses on 30-day rehospitalizations in dialysis patients. He also has interests in how Medicare policies affect the billing and delivery of health care by physicians and other providers.
Eugene received a BS in biology (minor in mathematics) from Stanford University, an MD from Baylor College of Medicine, and completed his Internal Medicine residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania prior to returning to Stanford for nephrology training. Eugene recently completed an MS in Health Services Research at Stanford University. He is also interested in the optimization of healthcare delivery and has recently studied the cost-effectiveness of a multi-disciplinary care program in chronic kidney disease.
Serena Rhee, PhD
Dr. Rhee is an assistant professor of economics at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Prior to arriving at the Schaeffer Center Dr. Rhee was at the RAND Corporation as an NIH/NIA Research Fellow in the Study of Aging. She completed her Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania in 2014 where she studied labor economics, public economics, and macroeconomics. She is interested in understanding the role of health status in individuals’ labor market outcomes over the lifecycle and designing optimal public policies that can promote welfare-improving allocation of resources in the context of the macro economy.