Advisor: Maria Mayorga
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: 4330 Fitts-Woolard Hall
Priscille Koutouan is a Ph.D. student at NC State’s Edward P. Fitts Department of ISE focusing on Health Systems Engineering.
Priscille’s research interests are in applying deterministic and stochastic models along with simulation to solve healthcare and public health-related problems. Applications of her research have been in supporting health policy decision-makers in their efforts to decrease colorectal cancer (CRC) burden among marginalized populations. Her current CRC research involves
- testing the impact of modeling assumptions of the screening behavior of patients on their long-term health outcomes,
- finding best ways to model screening interventions that took place and project the results over the long run.
Additionally, she is interested in constructing a framework to efficiently calibrate stochastic disease models and systematically choosing between plausible models resulting from model calibration.
|Expected Graduation||2023 | Fall|
|BSPE||Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering||University of Houston||2018|
- When History and Heterogeneity Matter: A Tutorial on the Impact of Markov Model Specifications in the Context of Colorectal Cancer Screening
- Townsley, R. M., Koutouan, P. R., Mayorga, M. E., Mills, S. D., Davis, M. M., & Hasmiller Lich, K. (2022, May 11), MEDICAL DECISION MAKING, Vol. 5. https://doi.org/10.1177/0272989X221097386
- EVALUATING DIABETIC RETINOPATHY SCREENING INTERVENTIONS IN A MICROSIMULATION MODEL
- Swan, B., Nambiar, S., Koutouan, P., Mayorga, M. E., Ivy, J., & Fransen, S. (2020), 2020 WINTER SIMULATION CONFERENCE (WSC), pp. 944–955. https://doi.org/10.1109/WSC48552.2020.9384074