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Journal of Cancer Clinical Trials
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Askal Ayalew Ali

Askal Ayalew Ali
Askal Ayalew Alià
Assistant Professor
Division of Economic, Social, and Administrative Pharmacy,
College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Florida A & M University
United States of America

Biography

Dr. Askal Alia is currently working as assistant professor at Division of Economic, Social, and Administrative Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Florida A & M University. She received her Bachelor of Arts (BA), from Economics Bahir-Dar University, Ethiopia 2001 - 2005. Dr. Askal Ali received her Ph.D. in Health Outcomes Research and Pharmacoeconomics, from College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Dr. Askal Ali has many reviewed publications. Dr. Askal Ali research interests include Cancer screening and treatment, Health disparities, comparative effectiveness research, pharmacoeconomics/health econometrics, Decision modeling, evidence synthesis (systematic reviews and meta-analyses), and Observational data analysis.

Research Interest

Cancer screening and treatment, Health disparities, comparative effectiveness research, pharmacoeconomics/health econometrics, Decision modeling, evidence synthesis (systematic reviews and meta-analyses), and Observational data analysis

Publications

Comparison of Health Utility Weights among Elderly Patients Receiving Hormonal Therapy With or Without Radiotherapy after Breast-Conserving Surgery: A Commentary

Askal Ayalew Alia and Vakaramoko Diaby
Commentary: J Cancer Clin Trials 2:135
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