Ahmed M. Bayoumi
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Health Policy, Stanford University; M.Sc. (clinical epidemiology), University of Toronto; MD, University of Toronto
Scientist in the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
Associate Professor, Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto
Scientist, Centre for Research on Inner City Health, St. Michael's Hospital
General internal medicine
Equity in resource allocation, cost-effectiveness analysis, HIV and injection drug user-related health services research, access to care, utility elicitation, clinical decision making, decision analysis modelling and simulation studies
I hold a CIHR / Ontario Ministry of Health & Long Term Care Applied Chair in Health Services and Policy Research focusing on Equity in Resource Allocation. I have interests in a number of areas in clinical epidemiology and health care research, including economic evaluation, quality of life measurement with a focus on computerized utility elicitation, decision analysis modeling and simulation (including methodological advances in decision analysis), and health services research in the context of HIV infection, focusing particularly on access to care for injection drug users and other marginalized populations. A particular research interest relates to how to incorporate equity concerns into resource allocation decisions in a manner that is defensible, transparent, and principled.
- Associate Editor, Medical Decision Making
- 2011-12 Vice-President, Society for Medical Decision Making
- Member, Canadian Drug Expert Committee
I have appointments in the Department of Medicine and the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. I currently supervise graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. I am interested in accepting additional students in the areas of equity studies, clinical epidemiology, economic evaluation, resource allocation, and injection drug user and HIV-related health services research. I am unable to accommodate undergraduate students.