Keisha Solomon

Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Keisha Solomon is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Health Policy and Management. Her primary research interests are within the field of applied microeconomics, with special interests in policy evaluation, causal inference, mental health, substance use, and education. Current projects include the impact of state-level mental illness equal coverage laws on mental health and education of young adults, effect on tobacco control polices on carcinogens among smokers and non-smokers, and implications of strategies to prevent and treat opioid misuse on opioid related outcomes. Prior to joining Hopkins, Keisha received a PhD in Economics from Temple University.