Derek Jenkins is a postdoctoral scholar in health economics at the Baker Institute. Jenkins previously taught introductory microeconomics at the undergraduate level. He also served as a graduate research assistant analyzing the negative health effects of the Flint water crisis. His dissertation research focuses on the utilization of low value diagnostic imaging procedures in emergency departments.
Jenkins received his B.S in economics from John Carroll University and his Ph.D. in economics from Wayne State University.
Diagnostic Testing of Vaginitis: Improving the Value of Care
Derek Jenkins August 16, 2021
Rolling Back the Gains: Maternal Stress Undermines Pregnancy Health After Flint's Water Switch
Derek Jenkins, Shooshan Danagoulian December 22, 2020