Professor Hutton’s research is focused on using mathematical models to help inform health policy and medical decision-making. He is particularly interested in evaluating the cost-effectiveness of new public health policies and the use of new drugs and devices, including interventions with uncertain or complex outcomes. He has conducted cost-effectiveness analyses of infectious disease interventions, chronic disease interventions, and new drugs and devices, including analyses of interventions for a wide variety of policies ranging from hepatitis treatment to influenza vaccination to stroke prevention. His research interests also include patient education and decision-making in the area of breast cancer.
- Ph.D., Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University
- M.S., Industrial Engineering, Stanford University
- B.A., Economics, Stanford University
- B.S., Industrial Engineering, Stanford University