The UCL Centre for Global Health Economics
About the UCL Centre for Global Health Economics
The UCL Centre for Global Health Economics is a virtual, multi-faculty academic Centre. Based within the Institute for Global Health, the Centre’s Fellows contribute world leading expertise in Behavioural and Development Economics, Decision Science, Statistics, and Mathematical  and Epidemiological Modelling. Examples of current research span the economic evaluation of complex trials to improve maternal and child health, exploratory work to identify scalable and sustainable service delivery mechanisms for early child development, and macroeconomic modelling of efficient spending on HIV and tuberculosis.
The Centre hosts UCL’s new MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science, where students can develop specialised skills in Health Economics or Decision Science, applicable to high-income as well as low-and middle-income settings. The Centre also provides teaching resources for the MSc in Global Health and Development, and supports a number of doctoral students and post-doctoral research fellows. The Centre also runs a summer internship programme for undergraduate and postgraduate students who are interested in the economics of global health and development.