Project Title/Research Interests: Improving Child Well-Being Measurement for Population Health Assessment

Mr. Anderson has worked for the UCLA Center for Health Advancement’s Win-Win Project since August 2015, extracting effect sizes from the literature and building simulation models for various interventions and policies focusing on health, education, and criminal justice. Previously he was a research associate for the Urban Institute’s Health Policy Center where he studied insurance coverage and access among non-elderly adults and children. Mr. Anderson’s research interest is in social determinants of health and the intersection of the health and education systems. His long term career goals involve measuring the impact of evidence-based mental health interventions for youth in school and community settings."