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Noemi Kreif joined the Centre for Health Economics in 2016 as a Research Fellow in Global Health Economics. She holds a PhD (2013) from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Her PhD and post-doctoral (Medical Research Council Early Career Fellowship) work focussed on advancing statistical methods for economic evaluation that uses observational data, resulting in publications in leading health economics and statistics journals, such as Health Economics, Statistical Methods in Medical Research and American Journal of Epidemiology. Her current work is centred on econometric evaluations of health policies in low and middle-income countries, with a continued interest in applying advanced causal inference and machine learning tools.
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