Erin Vernon, PhD
PhD, Economics, University of Washington
MA, Economics, University of Washington
BA, Finance and Computer Applications, University of Notre Dame
Assistant Professor, Economics
Building/Room: Pigott 522
- HMGT 5320 - Spring 2019
- ECON 2130 - Fall 2018
- BRMB 5200 - Fall 2018
- ECON 2110 - Spring 2018
- ECON 3630 - Fall 2017
Erin Vernon is an assistant professor of economics at Seattle University. She teaches courses in the undergraduate, Bridge MBA, Professional MBA, Executive MBA and Honors programs. Her area of research and specialization is health economics. Dr. Vernon has led numerous seminars on the topics of the economics of the US medical care system, the economics of childhood nutrition, hospital community benefits, and the economics of genetic screening. Her work is published in Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Journal of Personalized Medicine, Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, and Journal of Child Nutrition and Management.
Prior to joining Seattle University, Dr. Vernon was an analyst at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C. She also has provided business modeling consulting services for multiple startup companies within the Greater Seattle area. She earned her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Washington and a B.A. in Finance and Computer Applications from the University of Notre Dame. A former collegiate student athlete, Dr. Vernon is also an active volunteer coach for multiple youth sports in her community.