in Health Economics
15-17 Tavistock Place
I joined the Health Services Research and Policy Department at LSHTM in 2017. My current research is focusing on the cost-effectiveness of interventions to identify and diagnose individuals with Hepatitis B and C, and interventions to retain these individuals within care.
I completed by MSc in Public Health (Health Economics stream) at LSHTM. My MSc thesis was looking the cost-effectiveness of a spinal screening intervention for patients with metastatic prostate cancer. I then spent two years working in Health Economic modelling for a private consultancy, working on cost-effectiveness and budget impact models, mostly for HTA submissions, in a variety of disease areas (cardiovascular, pulmonary, virology, haematology and oncology).
I am a seminar leader for Introduction to Health Economics and Economic Evaluations modules.