Research Professor, Global Health
University of Wisconsin, MA, PhD
- Office: Crosstown Center, CT378
- Phone: 617-414-1457
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Larson is an applied economist with the Department of International Health and the Center for Global Health and Development (CGHD). See the CGHD website, http://www.bu.edu/cghd/about-us/people/bruce-larson/, for information on recent and continuing research activities.
Dr. Larson has conducted research activities in 25 countries over the past 20 years, mainly in Africa and the former Soviet Union. Before joining Boston University, Larson was an Associate Professor at the University of Connecticut, a Research Associate with the Harvard Institute for International Development, a Research Fellow with Winrock International, and an Agricultural Economist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. As part of these activities, he was based in Tallinn and Moscow during 1994-1997 and Nairobi in 2005-2006.
Note: The publications list below does not include publications outside of public health (e.g. agriculture, environment, development, international trade).
- A Cost-Outcomes Analysis of Provision of Antiretroviral Therapy at Maternal And Child Health Centers and Referral to a General ART Clinic
- AIDS and the Private Sector in Africa
- Boston University Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Integration Project (BUPIP)
- Cost and Outcome Comparisons of Safe Male Circumcision Service Delivery Models in Rural Uganda
- Costing of Household Economic Strengthening Interventions for OVC
- Costs and Outcomes of HIV/AIDS Treatment in Kenya
- Economic and Quality of Life Outcomes for Patients on ART in Kenya
- Economic Outcomes of HIV/AIDS Treatment in South Africa
- Economics and Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Non-Communicable Diseases in Africa
- Evaluating the Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of Deploying Community Health Workers to Improve Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health in Zambia
- Filling the Knowledge Gap on How to Better Serve Children Orphaned by HIV/AIDS
- Impact of HIV/AIDS on Four Sectors in Zambia (Tourism, Agriculture, Health Care, and Judiciary)
- INROADS: Innovations Research on HIV/AIDS
- ISHED: International Studies in Health and Economic Development
- Labor Productivity and Antiretroviral Therapy in Kenya
- Linkage to Care and Loss to Follow-up for HIV Treatment in South Africa
- Measuring the Impact of Household Economic Strengthening Interventions for OVC
- Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission
- RapIT: Rapid Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy to Promote Early HIV/AIDS Treatment in South Africa
- SLATE: Simplified Algorithm for Treatment Eligibility
- Zambia Orphans and Vulnerable Children Systems Strengthening (ZOVSS)
Same-Day CD4 Testing to Improve Uptake of HIV Care and Treatment in South Africa: Point-of-Care Is Not Enough
AIDS Research and Treatment. 2013 Jun; 2013:1-7.