Marta Wilson-Barthes

Lead Data Analyst
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Marta Wilson-Barthes in a Lead Data Analyst at Brown’s Population Studies and Training Center, and a Research Manager within the Brown School of Public Health’s International Health Institute. At the PSTC, she constructs longitudinal datasets from decennial censuses, surveys, and administrative data available in Federal Statistical Research Data Centers to study long-term effects of exogenous shocks on mobility, neighborhood context, economic status, mortality, and health. At the International Health Institute, she oversees administrative and scientific activities for randomized clinical trials in Kenya, Mexico, and elsewhere, and conducts health economic evaluations of interventions for HIV treatment and prevention. Her contributions have appeared in over 23 publications in public health and health economics journals.

Marta holds a Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Sociology and Spanish (double major) from Saint Joseph’s University. Prior to coming to Brown, Marta served as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for a USAID-funded agricultural development program in Malawi and a Data and Evaluation Coordinator for Philadelphia’s Public Health Management Corporation.