Institute for Global Health


UCL Centre for Global Health Economics

The Centre for Global Health Economics aims to provide world-leading expertise in Health, Behavioural, Public and Development Economics, Decision Science, Statistics, and Mathematical and Epidemiological Modelling.  Broadly, the Centre’s research expertise spans two areas: (a) economic evaluations within pragmatic trials of complex interventions to improve maternal and child health, nutrition, and non-communicable diseases, and exploratory work to identify scalable and sustainable service delivery mechanisms for early child development; (b), and macroeconomic modelling of efficient health spending on HIV, tuberculosis, nutrition and universal health coverage.  The Centre also offers training and capacity building in global health economics.

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