LDI Research Seminar with Jevay Grooms, PhD
Can Information Reduce Physician Bias?
Jevay Grooms, PhD is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Economics at Howard University in Washington, D.C. She is an applied microeconomist with research areas of interests that lie at the intersection of public economics, health economics, and studies of poverty and inequality. Her overall research agenda is to study the impediments to adequate health care delivery and health outcomes of underserved and vulnerable populations with the keen intent to understand how poverty and the legacy of wealth inequality have contributed to health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities. In addition to research and instructing, she is committed to mentoring students and promoting and nurturing diversity in the field of economics. She obtained her Doctorate in Economics from the University of Florida in 2016.
Jevay Grooms, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and Public Service, Howard University
Requirements for In-Person Attendance
In accordance with Penn’s Public Health Guidance, the following requirements will apply to this event:
- In-person attendees, including guest speakers, are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with the exception of those that qualify for an exemption.
- In-person attendees are required to wear a mask at all times while inside the Colonial Penn Center.
- No food or drink is allowed in the Colonial Penn Center Auditorium. Grab and go lunches will be provided to in-person attendees at the conclusion of the event.
- Social distancing should be observed while in the Colonial Penn Center Auditorium and lobby whenever possible.