Adit Doza

Adit Doza

PhD Candidate in Economics (A.B.D), July 2019 (expected), Graduate Research Assistant

Curriculum Vitae

adit.doza@wayne.edu

Adit Doza

Research Focus

Health Economics and Aging; Health Services and Policy; Labor Economics, Quantitative Methods.

Education

 2014-Present PhD Student in Economics (A.B.D), Wayne State University, Detroit,MI.

Field: Health  and Labor Economics

2011-2013 M.A. in Economics, SUNY-Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.

2006-2010 B.A. in Economics, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

Academic Experience

Graduate Research Assistant, Institute of Gerontology, Wayne State University (2018-2019)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Wayne State University (2014-2018)

Research Assistant, Department of Economics, University at Buffalo (2013)

Teaching Assistant, Center for Academic Development Studies, University at Buffalo (2012-2013)

Teaching Experience

Instructor, Wayne State University (2014-2018)

Principles of Macroeconomics (7 semesters)

Principles of Microeconomics (1 semester)

Intermediate Macroeconomics (1 semester)

Introductoy Statistics and Econometrics (1 semester)

Teaching Assistant, Center for Academic Development Services, University at Buffalo (2012-2013)

Principles of Economics, Calculus- I & II.

Courses Taught

ECO 2010: Principles of Microeconomics.

ECO 2020: Principles of Macroeconomics.

ECO 5050: Intermediate Macroeconomics.

ECO 5100: Introductory Statistics & Econometrics.

Presentations

Poster, "Self-rated health trajectories among racial/ethnic groups in the US: A latent class analysis” (with Gail Jensen and Wassim Tarraf) , Graduate Research Symposium, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, March 2019

Poster, “Outlook for Racial/Ethnic Differences in Mortality in the U.S. in Late Mid-life” (with Gail Jensen and Wassim Tarraf), Gerontological Society of America Meetings, Boston, MA, November 2018.

Paper Presentation, “Medicaid coverage and Out-Of-Pocket Health Spending Among U.S. Race/Ethnic Groups at High Risk for Cognitive Disease” (with Wassim Tarraf and Olympia Sanchez), Gerontological Society of America Meetings, Boston, MA, November 2018.

Poster, “Racial/Ethnic Differences in Mortality in Late Midlife: Have they narrowed in recent years?”, Lifespan Alliance Research Day, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, March 2018.

Poster, “Effects of Smoking Prevalence among Women on National Health Expenditure”, Midwest Graduate Research Symposium, University at Toledo, Toledo, OH, March 2017.

Projects

Adit Doza, Gail A Jensen, Wassim Tarraf (2019) “Racial/Ethnic differences in mortality in late midlife: have the narrowed in recent years?”

Adit Doza, Gail A Jensen, Wassim Tarraf (2019) "Self-rated health trajectories among racial/ethnic groups in the US: A latent class analysis”. 

Wassim Tarraf, Olympia Sanchez, Adit Doza (2019) “Medicaid coverage and out-of-pocket health spending among U.S. race/ethnic groups at high risk for cognitive disease”.

Priscillia M. Vasquez, Wassim Tarraf, Adit Doza (2019) “Cognitive function and latent profiles of subjective and objective physical activity among middle-aged and older Hispanic/Latino adults in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL)”.

Priscilla M. Vásquez, Wassim Tarraf, Adit Doza, Maria J. Marquine, Krista M. Perreira, Neil Schneiderman, Donglin Zeng, Jianwen Cai, Carmen R. Isasi, Martha L. Daviglus, and Hector M. González (2019) “Cognitive stimulation factors and cognitive function among Latino adults in HCHS/SOL”.

Professional Associations

2018- Present, Gerontological Society of America (GSA)

2018-Present, American Economic Association (AEA)

Honors and Awards

Graduate Research Assistantship Award on a National Institute of Health (NIH) funded project under Dr. Wassim Tarraf, Institute of Gerontology, 2018-2019, Wayne State University.

Predoctoral Training Fellowship, Institute of Gerontology, 2017-Present, Wayne State University.

Rumble Fellowship, Department of Economics, Wayne State University, 2017-2018 (declined and accepted Graduate Teaching Assistantship Award).

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Award to Attend the Workshop on ‘Health Disparities, Health Inequalities and Vulnerable Population’ at the Inter-University of Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2017, University of Michigan

Graduate Teaching Assistantship Award, Department of Economics, Wayne State University, 2014-2018.

Teaching Assistantship Award, Center for Academic Development Services (CADS), University at Buffalo, 2012-2013.

Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) Tuition Grant, National University of Singapore, 2006-2010.