Justin B. Ingels

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

Curriculum Vitae

Health Policy & Management

  • Education

    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


    economic evaluation, decision analytic modeling, policy evaluation, statistical analysis

  • Affiliations

    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.