Justin B. Ingels

Health Policy & Management
Assistant Research Scientist
Director of Research, Economic Evaluation Research Group (EERG)

Curriculum Vitae

Health Policy & Management


Doctoral Candidate, Epidemiology, University of Georgia, 2017

MPH, Health Policy, University of Georgia, 2008

MS, Chemistry, University of Georgia, 2007

BS, Chemistry, Northwest Missouri State University, 2004

Areas of Expertise

Research: costing prevention interventions, cost-effectiveness analysis, decision modeling of screening



Society for Prevention Research

Society for Medical Decision Making

Course Instruction

HPAM 8850: Economic Evaluation Methods for Health

HPAM 7010: Introduction to Health Policy and Management

Research Interests

Justin is the Research Director for the Economic Evaluation Research Group (EERG) at UGA. His research with the EERG has centered on applying economic evaluation methods to a variety of preventive interventions and public health programs. Currently he is leading the cost collection and analysis efforts for a national evaluation of home visiting programs.

Selected Publications

Corso PS, Ingels JB, Kogan SM, Foster EM, Chen Y-F, Brody GH. Economic analysis of a multi-site prevention program: assessment of program costs and characterizing site-level variability. Prevention Science, 2013;14(5):447-456.

Corso PS, Ingels JB, Roldos MI. A comparison of willingness to pay to prevent child maltreatment deaths in Ecuador and the United States. International Journal of Environmental Research in Public Health, 2013,10:1342–1355, DOI 10.3390/ijerph10041342.

Ingels JB, Corso PS, Kogan SM, Brody GH. Cost-effectiveness of the Strong African American Families-Teen program: 1-year follow-up. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2013;133:556-561.

Corso P, Ingels J, Taylor N, Desai S. Linking costs to health outcomes for allocating scarce public health resources. eGEMS, 2014;2(4), article 2 (http://repository.academyhealth.org/egems/vol2/iss4/2).

Corso PS, Walcott R, Ingels J. Impact of the Georgia Charitable Care Network on cost savings from lowering blood pressure and decreasing emergency department use. J of the Ga Public Health Assoc, 2015;5(2):153-9.

Ingels JB, Ebell M, Corso PS. Should women be screened for abdominal aortic aneurysm? Under Review, 2016.