Monika Schneider is a Research Associate within the biomedical innovation team at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy. Her work focuses on incentives for antimicrobial product development, value-based reimbursement policy, and payment reform for medical products.
Prior to Duke-Margolis, Monika was a Science Policy Analyst at the American Association of Immunologists, where she focused on policies affecting the biomedical research community. Monika is an immunologist by training, and previous experimental research included the host immune response to viral infection and the role of the immune system in cancer development.
Health policy, science policy, project management, technical writing, microbiology, immunology, antimicrobials, diagnostics, payment reform, value-based reimbursement, biomedical innovation
BS (Biological Sciences), Butler University
PhD (Microbiology and Immunology), The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Post-doctoral training, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute