2008 – Master in Public Policy and Administration, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
2004 – Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Center for Economic Research and Teaching (CIDE).
2007 – Diploma in Economic Evaluation of Health Interventions, INSP.
Executive Director, CISIDAT, A.C.
Leader of the Knowledge Translation and Advocacy Committee, CISIDAT, A.C.
Consultant in public policy and evaluation.
Chief of Staff to the Governor of the State of Morelos (2015-2018).
Undersecretary of Planning, Ministry of Finance, State of Morelos (2013-2015).
Chief of Advisors to the Governor of Morelos (2012-2013)
Director of Social Policy, Advisors’ Office to the President of Mexico (2011-2012)
Researcher, National Institute of Public Health (2008-2011)
Themes of interest:
Evaluation of social programs.
Knowledge Translation and strategic dissemination to facilitate its adoption and social impact.
Leroy JL, Gadsden P, Gertler PJ. Cash and in-kind transfers lead to excess weight gain in a population of women with a high prevalence of overweight in rural Mexico. J. Nutr., 143: 378–383, 2013.
Leroy JL, Gadsden P, Guijarro M. The impact of daycare programmes on child health, nutrition and development in developing countries: a systematic review. Journal of Development Effectiveness, iFirst, 1-25, 2012.
Leroy JL, Gadsden P, Rodríguez-Ramírez S, González-de-Cossío T. Cash and In-Kind Transfers in Poor Rural Communities in Mexico Increase Household Fruit, Vegetable, and Micronutrient Consumption but Also Lead to Excess Energy Consumption. J. Nutr., 140(3):612-617, March 2010
Bautista S, Gadsden P, Harris JE, Bertozzi SM. Optimizing resource allocation for HIV/AIDS prevention programs: an analytical framework. AIDS. 22 Suppl 1: S67-S74, July 2008.