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- Research Associate
- Institute for Global Health
- Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Neha has a PhD in Economics from the University of London and an MSc in Economics for Development from the University of Oxford. Her PhD thesis examined the socio-economic determinants and impact of long-term undernutrition among young children in ruralTanzania.
Neha is working with multi-disciplinary teams on the economic evaluation of an innovative community based health interventions that aim to improve in child health, nutrition growth and development in low- and middle-income countries. She is currently working across two such trials in India, Pakistan, Mozambique and Uganda.
In addition to economic evaluation, her research interests include economic analyses of poverty and inequality; health and nutrition; and education in low- and middle-income countries.
Tutorials for Quantitative Methods for Economists for 1st and 2nd year undergraduate students (SOAS, 2009-2011).
Teaching on the Research Methods in Action: Quantitative Analysis for postgraduate students at the UCL Institute for Global Health (2012-2013)
Teaching on Economic Evaluation for postgraduate students at the UCL Institute for Global Health (2013- present)
Teaching on Key Principles for Health Economics for postgraduate students at the UCL Institute for Global Health (2014- present)
|JUL-2011 – NOV-2011||Research Assistant||ICH- Centre for International Health and Development||UCL, United Kingdom|
|2009 – 2011||Graduate Teaching Assistant||Department of Economics||SOAS, United Kingdom|
|2008 – 2011||Research Assistant||Oxford Department of International Development||University of Oxford, United Kingdom|
|2013||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy – Economics||School of Oriental and African Studies|
|2006||MSc||Master of Science – Economics||University of Oxford|
|2005||BA||Bachelor of Arts – Economics||University of Mumbai|