Methodological interests include decision analysis and cost effectiveness; psychology of decision making for health-related decisions; quantitative methods and simulation modeling; quality of life assessment; and secondary data analysis using large databases.
Cindy L. Bryce, PhD works predominantly on projects related to organ allocation and transplantation policy, diabetes prevention and management, patient preferences at the end of life, and surrogate decision-making during critical illness.
1997 VA Health Services Research & Development | Post-doctoral Fellow
1996 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA | PhD, Policy Analysis
1990 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA | MPhil, Policy Analysis
1986 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL | BA, Applied Mathematics, Political Science