I am Associate Professor in Health Economics at the Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds. I hold a PhD in Economics from Aix-Marseille School of Economics, France.
My research interests include inequalities of opportunities, economics of lifestyles, and mental health. I have experience in policy evaluation methods especially using applied econometrics methods, economic evaluation alongside clinical trials and economic decision modelling.
I have delivered the health economic component on several landmark trials conducting the evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of interventions in mental health, children’s health and deprived populations.
I lead the MSc in Health Economics at the University of Leeds.
I am an Associate researcher at the Health, Risk and Insurance Chair, Paris Dauphine University, the Hospinnomics Chair at Paris School of Economics, and the Leeds Institute of Data Analytics.
I sit on the NIHR Programme for Applied Health Research subcommittee.