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Global Health Economics Centre Careers Event

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In this session, participants will hear from a panel of health economists from diverse backgrounds (i.e. academia, government & private). Learn more about how to jumpstart your career in the field of health economics.


Elisabeth Adams, Aquarius 
Elisabeth Adams

Dr Elisabeth Adams is the founder and CEO of Aquarius Population Health, a healthcare consultancy passionate about developing evidence to inform rational and timely healthcare decisions. She studied Psychology (University of Michigan, BS Hons), Epidemiology of Infectious Disease (Oxford University, MSc), and received her PhD from LSHTM on the cost-effectiveness of chlamydia screening in England. She previously worked at the HPA (currently UKHSA) as a mathematical modeller and health economist in infectious diseases (STIs, TB, flu, HIV, rubella). Now, she and her team provide research and consultancy spanning all disease areas (infectious diseases, oncology, long-term conditions, rare disease, etc.), working across healthcare interventions (pharma, IVDs, digital health and service delivery), and her work regularly informs local, regional and international policy. 

Jeremy Dietz, NICE
Jeremy Dietz

Jeremy Dietz is a Scientific Adviser in Science Policy and Research at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in the UK. His research interests include evidence synthesis, cost-effectiveness modelling, and health inequalities. Prior to joining NICE’s Science Policy and Research team, Jeremy was a Health Economist developing clinical guidelines. He also has experience at NICE as a Technical Analyst working on health technology assessments. He holds an MSc in Public Health (Health Economics) from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and a BA in English from Georgetown.

Catherine Pitt, LSHTM

Catherine Pitt, LSHTM

Manon Haemmerli, World Bank
Manon Haemmerli

Manon Haemmerli is a Health Economist at the World Bank. She joined the World Bank as a Young Professional in 2022 and has been working on health financing issues in the Middle East and North Africa region, particularly in Egypt, Palestine and Djibouti. Prior to joining the World Bank, she was a Research Fellow in Health Economics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), working on health financing reforms in Indonesia. Manon holds an MSc in Physics from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland), and MSc in Public Health from the LSHTM and a PhD in Health Economics from the LSHTM. Her PhD focused on the measurement of socio-economic inequalities in the access to quality care and on the evaluation of the social health insurance scheme on access to care and financial protection in Indonesia.

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