Ozge Karanfil
Ozge Karanfil
Assistant Professor, Business and Medical Schools, Koç University/ Research Affiliate, MIT Sloan
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Places to intervene to make complex food systems more healthy, green, fair, and affordable
L Malhi, Ö Karanfil, T Merth, M Acheson, A Palmer, DT Finegood
Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition 4 (3-4), 466-476, 2009
Reference case guidelines for benefit-cost analysis in global health and development
LA Robinson, JK Hammitt, M Cecchini, K Chalkidou, K Claxton, ...
The seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies among health care workers before the era of vaccination: a systematic review and meta-analysis
İ Kayı, B Madran, Ş Keske, Ö Karanfil, JR Arribas, N Psheniсhnaya, ...
Clinical microbiology and infection 27 (9), 1242-1249, 2021
Getting from analysis to action: framing obesity research, policy and practice with a solution-oriented complex systems lens
DT Finegood, O Karanfil, CL Matteson
Healthcare Papers 9 (1), 36-41, 2008
Public and health professionals’ misconceptions about the dynamics of body weight gain/loss
T Abdel‐Hamid, F Ankel, M Battle‐Fisher, B Gibson, G Gonzalez‐Parra, ...
System dynamics review 30 (1-2), 58-74, 2014
Health system modelling research: towards a whole-health-system perspective for identifying good value for money investments in health system strengthening
S Verguet, I Feldhaus, XJ Kwete, A Aqil, R Atun, D Bishai, M Cecchini, ...
BMJ global health 4 (2), e001311, 2019
A Dynamic Simulator for the Management of Disorders of the Body Water Homeostasis
Ö Karanfil, Y Barlas
Operations Research 56 (6), 1474-1492, 2008
A multi-scale paradigm to design policy options for obesity prevention: exploring the integration of individual-based modeling and system dynamics
O Karanfil, T Moore, P Finley, T Brown, A Zagonel, R Glass
Proceedings of the 29th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, 2011
“Saving lives or harming the healthy?” Overuse and fluctuations in routine medical screening
Ö Karanfil, J Sterman
System Dynamics Review 36 (3), 294-329, 2020
A Dynamic Simulator for the Management of Disorders of the Body Water Metabolism
O Karanfil
Master's thesis, Bogazici University, 2005
Why clinical practice guidelines shift over time: A dynamic model with application to prostate cancer screening
Ö Karanfil
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016
A Novel Algorithm for Describing Population Level Trends in Body Weight
A Alimadad, C Matteson, WL Hare, O Karanfil, DT Finegood
Health Journal 4, 1514-1521, 2012
System dynamics and bio‐medical modeling.
Ö Karanfil, N Hosseinichimeh, J Duggan
System Dynamics Review (Wiley) 36 (4), 2020
A system dynamics model of body weight regulation and obesity
Ö Karanfil
Proceedings of the 27th System Dynamics Conference, 2009
A Dynamic Model for Understanding Long-Term Trends in Prostate Cancer Screening
O Karanfil, H Rahmandad, J Homer, J Sterman
Proceedings of the 35th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, 2017
A dynamic model for health screening: misperceptions, feedback and long term trends in screening mammography
O Karanfil, JD Sterman
Implementation Science 10 (Suppl1), A50, 2015
Building a System Dynamics Model of Body Weight Regulation and Obesity
Ö Karanfil
Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, 2014
Long Term Consequences of Genetically Modified Crops in Agriculture
G Dogan, O Karanfil
Proceedings of the 20th International Conference of the System Dynamics …, 2002
Simulation modeling of patterns and trends of PSA screening for prostate cancer: A tool to support implementation planning and evaluation of clinical guidelines and workflows
O Karanfil, G Hirsch, M Ijzerman, I Agalliu, D Lounsbury, JD Sterman
16th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation, 2023
Multi-Cancer Early Detection Tests: The Holy GRAIL or a Mirage in Future Cancer Control?
MJIJ L.M.W. de With, Ö. Karanfil, M. Fagery, N. Usman, R.A. Bal
European Cancer Summit 2023, 2023
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