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Summary: Sandy is a health economist. Her research is in the area of applied health econometrics with interests in health inequalities, inequalities of opportunities and the economics of lifestyles.
Location: Room 11.59B - Worsley Building
Teaching Commitments: Programme leader of the MSc Health Economics Module leader HECN5010M - Principles of Health Economics
Sandy is Associate Professor in Health Economics in the Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds. She researches and publishes in the area of applied econometrics with particular interests in health economics and labour economics. She has a number of papers on inequalities, inequalities of opportunities and the economics of lifestyles.
She has expertise in the design and the delivery of the economic evaluation of complex interventions including mental health, public health, musculoskeletal health, and interventions in children and deprived population.
She is the director the MSc Health Economics programme and regularly gives annual lectures overseas.
She was been awarded a Leverhulme Research Fellowship in 2015 to work on evaluating neighbourhood-based policies using geographical identifiers.
Sandy holds a PhD in Economics from Aix-Marseille School of Economics, France.