Research fellow, University of Melbourne

Dr Li Huang joined the Health Economics Unit at the University of Melbourne in 2015 as a Research Fellow. She completed her PhD in Economics at Monash University, and is most interested in Health Economics, Labour Economics, and topics on subjective well-being. She has active engagements with the Murdoch Children's Research Institute and the Royal Children's Hospital, and is currently involved in several economic evaluation programmes conducted alongside clinical and community trials. She is also driving projects examining health service use and healthcare needs for children, and assessing income-related inequality in healthcare.
She has published in international journals including Oxford Economic Papers, Social Science and Medicine, and American Journal of Cardiology. One of her current methodological projects aims to estimate the monetary value of health using subjective wellbeing valuation method.

Experience

  • 2015–present
    Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne