Marianne Hamilton Lopez, PhD, MPA
PhD in Public Policy, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Master of Public Administration, The George Washington University
BA in Politics and Women’s Studies, Earlham College
Dr. Marianne Hamilton Lopez is the Senior Research Director of Biomedical Innovation, an adjunct associate professor, and core faculty at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy in Washington, DC. She leads the strategic design and direction of the Center’s Biomedical Innovation portfolio, with a focus on medical products development and regulation, real world evidence, infectious disease preparedness, and payment, pricing, and coverage of drugs and medical devices. She also oversees the Value for Medical Products Consortium and partners with Duke University faculty, scholars, and external health experts to advance this work.
Prior to joining Duke-Margolis, Dr. Hamilton Lopez was a senior program officer with the National Academy of Medicine’s Leadership Consortium for a Value & Science-Driven Health System and provided strategic direction and oversight of the Consortium’s Science and Technology portfolio and Clinical Effectiveness Research Innovation and the Digital Learning Collaboratives. She was a Senior Manager at AcademyHealth; a Public Health Community Advisor for the United States Cochrane Center; and the Federal Women’s Program Manager and American Indian/Alaska Native Employment Program Manager for the National Institutes of Health.
Paying for Value from Costly Medical Technologies: A Framework for Applying Value-Based Payment Reforms
Marianne Hamilton Lopez, Gregory W. Daniel, Nicholas C. Fiore, Aparna Higgins, and Mark B. McClellan
Overcoming the Legal and Regulatory Hurdles to Value-Based Payment Arrangements for Medical Products
Gregory W. Daniel, Thomas Barker, Arti Rai, Christian Springer, Marianne Hamilton Lopez, Jane Kalinina, Katie Greene, Jingyuan Qian, Mark B. McClellan