Dominik JockersDoctoral Student & Research Associate
at CeMIS, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vollmer and
at the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health
Dominik joined CeMIS as a doctoral student in November 2022. Since 2020, he has been working as a research associate at the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health. Dominik holds a Masters in Economics from University of Heidelberg and a Bachelor in Economics from University of Trier.
- The effect of sensitization campaigns on leprosy related stigma: A cluster randomized trial in Togo (with Akila.Bakoubayi, Kate Bärnighausen, Till Bärnighausen, Denis Gadah, Teresia Maina, Jonas Wachinger).
- Assessing the impact of the National Community Health Assistant (NCHA) Program implementation on under-5 mortality in Liberia (with Till Bärnighausen, Lisa Hirschhorn, Avi Kenny, Hawa Obaje and Mark Siedner and Marion Subah). Protocol Preprint.
- Assessing the role, responsibilities and the precise profile of Community Health Workers (CHWs) in the municipality of Nouna, Burkina Faso (with Till Bärnighausen, Cedric Breit, Sarah Langlotz, Kagoné Moubassira, Rajesh Ramachandran, and Ali Sié).
- Application of regression discontinuity designs (RDD) in UK based primary care cohorts (with Till Bärnighausen, Christian Bommer, Pascal Geldsetzer and Sebastian Vollmer).
- Assessing the economic burden of HIV in Mexico (with Till Bärnighausen, Mauricio Hernandez Avila, Waldo Vieyra).
- Inter Cluster Correlation coefficients for HIV field research (with Till Bärnighausen and Sebastian Vollmer).
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles :
- Jockers D, Langlotz S, French D, Bärnighausen T (2021) HIV treatment and worker absenteeism: Quasi-experimental evidence from a large-scale health program in South Africa. Journal of Health Economics, 79: 102479