Emily Nhan, BA

Research Assistant

Emily joined ICER as a Research Assistant in October of 2020. In this role, Emily uses her background in psychological and economics research to contribute to literature reviews for health technology assessments.

Emily graduated from the University of San Francisco with a BA in Economics and Psychology. During her undergraduate studies, she worked as a research assistant in her university’s Learning and Memory lab, where she performed data collection and analysis, and in a Health Equity lab, where she helped produce a manuscript and designed surveys to explore the impact of COVID-19 on anti-Asian racism and the mental health of Asian communities. In her final undergraduate year, she developed a research thesis assessing the influence of close relationships on prosocial behavior and presented the results at several conferences at her university.