Dylan Green is a PhD student in Epidemiology at the University of Washington. Prior to his enrollment, he worked for the CDC's Division of Global HIV and Tuberculosis where his efforts were focused on cost and cost-effectiveness analyses as well as optimal allocation of HIV resources. He led the implementation of PEPFAR's global expenditure monitoring exercise from coordination, to data collection, to data analysis and data use in program planning. Before his time at CDC, Dylan received his Master's in Public Health in global health from Emory University. His research interests include infectious disease modeling, behavioral health economics, and data visualization.