I am a health economist and health policy researcher. My research interests focus on primary care, healthcare accessibility and decentralization in healthcare, as well as public health and health inequalities. Overall, I want to understand how the characteristics of health and healthcare systems can be modified to balance comprehensive access, high quality and low cost of healthcare, and ultimately improve population health.
I received my PhD in Economics in France in 2011 (Université de Bourgogne-CNRS), pursued a Postdoctoral fellowship in Economics and Health Policy in Canada from 2011-2013 (McGill University), and then joined Carleton University's School of Public Policy and Administration, also in Canada, where I am now an Associate Professor. I am also an Honorary Associate Professor in Australia (University of Queensland).