Sarah Stith is an applied microeconomist specializing in health economics.  Her research focuses on how the healthcare industry responds to regulatory and internal factors in ways that affect access to care, the quality of care provided, and innovation. She is currently studying these questions in the context of organ and bone marrow transplantation.



She earned her B.A from Tulane, her M.B.A. from UT Austin and her Ph.D from the University of Michigan.