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Assistant Professor in Health Economics, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

I use demand-side and behavioural economics to understand and solve public health problems. Most of my work is at the interface of health economics and infectious disease modelling.

I am currently working on:

1) research to understand the role of behaviours in the COVID-19 pandemic in low and middle income settings, and the impact of COVID-19 on health and economic equity;

2) TB modelling studies estimating the impact, cost-effectiveness, and equity impact of TB vaccines and digital adherence technologies;

3) the IDEAS project in Ethiopia evaluating the impact of a maternal and child health quality improvement programme on health worker motivation;

4) a project understanding determinants of risky sexual behaviour among bumsters in The Gambia

My Google scholar page is here:

I am involved in discrete choice experiment projects in South Africa, Uganda, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sri Lanka, and the UK.

I previously held a joint appointment as a visiting researcher at Wits RHI, Johannesburg.

I presented at the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods Festival 2015 on "What are... discrete choice experiments?" - this 13min talk can be found here: .


  • –present
    PhD Researcher in Health Economics, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine


  • 2014 
    LSHTM, MSc