Jared Rhoads is a member of both the research staff and the educational staff at The Dartmouth Institute. On the research side, he provides project management for research efforts examining health policy and health system innovation. On the educational side, he serves as a capstone advisor in the MPH program, and as a teaching assistant in several courses at The Dartmouth Institute and Tuck Business School. In 2016, Rhoads was a co-author of the publication, Our Parents, Ourselves: Health Care for an Aging Population, a report of the Dartmouth Atlas Project. He is also an active collaborator with the Mercatus Center, a public policy institute affiliated with George Mason University, where he was a Frederic Bastiat Fellow. His ongoing research interests include the role of markets in health care. Rhoads received his undergraduate education in management information systems at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA. He holds an MS in information technology from Bentley University in Waltham, MA, and an MPH from Dartmouth.