Lauren Fayish, MPH, is a Program Officer with the Evaluation and Analysis team at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).
In this role, Lauren is responsible for leading evaluation projects that generate evidence about PCORI’s progress toward organizational goals and facilitating PCORI’s use of evidence for strategic decisions about programs and processes.
Before PCORI, Fayish led the administration of a multimillion-dollar grant initiative to increase access to medical care for people living with HIV/AIDS at a national philanthropic organization. She also managed an HIV/AIDS-focused AmeriCorps program with members serving in 8 US cities. Most recently, Lauren worked as a consultant with a focus on grant management and qualitative health research.
Fayish earned a BS in biology and a BS in biological anthropology from Pennsylvania State University, and a MPH with a concentration in biostatistics and epidemiology from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.