Associate Professor Suzanne Robinson is Leader of the Health Systems and Health Economics theme at the School of Public Health within the Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University. Suzanne was previously based at the University of Birmingham in the UK and joined Curtin University in 2012.Suzanne has been awarded competitive research grants from international and national funding agencies. She has been involved in leading health systems and health economics projects that have had major impact on government reform initiatives. Suzanne leads international research on decision making and priority setting in health, this work involves a number of aspects, in particular the use of health data sets to produce an evidence base to inform resource allocation decisions. Suzanne has worked closely with a number of Primary Health Networks across Australia and is involved in the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Cardiovascular outcomes improvement, and brings together economics and translational research expertise to this work. Suzanne was recently awarded the Australian College of Health Services Managers Innovation and Excellence Award for her work in health systems research and capacity building. Suzanne is also elected committee member of the Health Services Research Association Australia and New Zealand and International Society for Priority Setting.