Martin Andersen is a doctoral candidate in the Harvard University PhD Program in Health Policy concentrating in health economics. During his fellowship, Andersen will study the effect of managed care on access to health-care services among the poor and quantify the potential benefits of diagnostic imaging. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University, where he was awarded the I.I. Rabi & V. Kann-Rasmussen Prize in Mathematics, and his MPH from Yale University, where he won the Dean’s Prize for Outstanding MPH Thesis. At Harvard, Andersen previously received an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship in Managed Care.