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- Research Associate
- Institute for Global Health
- Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
I am an health economist, joined UCL Institute for Global Health, Economics of Global Health and Development group, in 2012. My primary area of work is in analysis of inequalities in health and (access and utilisation of) health care, economic evaluation of health care interventions. I have also interests in injury prevention and trauma care. I currently involved in economic analysis of trials in South-East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on maternal and child health, child malnutrition, diabetes, TB, HIV and sexual reproductive health.
Since 2012 I have been actively involved in the teaching of post- and undergraduate students at UCL Institute for Global Health. I am a lead tutor on 'Key Principles of Health Economics' and 'Economic Evaluation' modules and have on-going role either in supporting tutorials or lecturing on a number of other Masters modules such as 'Health Systems in a Global Context' and 'Sexual health'. At undergraduate level, I have been involved in 'Global Health Policy' course.
|01-FEB-2012 – 01-OCT-2013||Teaching Fellow||Institute for Global Health||University College London, United Kingdom|
|2011||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy – Medical Science||Karolinska Institute|
|2003||MSc||Master of Science – Economic Evaluation in Health Care||Iran university of medical sciences|
|2001||BSc||Bachelor of Science – Health Services Management||Iran university of medical sciences|