Neha is a Lecturer in Health Economics at the Institute of Global Health at University College London and the Deputy Director of the Centre for Global Health Economics. Her research focuses on the economic evaluation of complex public health trials that aim to improve maternal health, and child health and development resource-constrained settings. In addition she is interested in understanding barriers and facilitators of behaviour change and exploring reasons for these through a development economics lens.
Neha is the Course Director for the MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science. She is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy and enjoys teaching microeconomics, applied health economics and econometrics at the postgraduate and undergraduate levels. Additionally, Neha contributes to teaching activities on the MSc in Global Health and Development. She has also worked closely with colleagues at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine as a tutor on a blended learning course on Health Economics and Health Financing offered to UNICEF staff.
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