Mundt, Marlon P
Assistant Professor
(608) 263-5123
Alumni Hall

Marlon is a Biostatistician and Health Economist. He is the PI on a 5-year Mentored Research Scientist Development Award (K01) from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism titled ‘Economic Evaluation of Adolescent Alcohol Use and the Impact of Social Networks’.

Marlon has published articles in cost-effectiveness analysis, benefit-cost analysis, cost-of-illness, efficacy of intervention, and health promotion and preventive services.

A link to Marlon’s research presentation, ‘The Impact of Peer Social Networks on Adolescent Alcohol Use’ is available at:

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