Michael Sielski is an MD/PhD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania. His doctoral training is in the Department of Health Care Management and Economics at The Wharton School. Prior to beginning his medical training, he worked as a researcher at Brown University and Research Improving People’s Lives (RIPL) studying topics such as the impact of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) on the quantity and healthfulness of grocery purchases by households. His research interests include the impacts of value-based models of care and payment, the determinants of behaviors affecting health, and patient responses to prices and financial incentives.
- PhD Student, Health Care Management and Economics, Wharton School
- MD Student, Perelman School of Medicine