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Alicia is a Research Fellow at the Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE). She primarily works in health technology assessment for the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) and Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC). She is also conducting applied research in the economic evaluation of novel interventions for stuttering and mental health.

Prior to joining MUCHE, Alicia worked in pharmaceutical consulting as a Health Economist and Medtronic as a Reimbursement Analyst and Regulatory Operations Specialist.

Her experience in health economics includes economic modelling, systematic literature reviews, budget impact assessments and pricing models. 

Research interests

Health technology assessment

Economic modelling

Policy evaluation

Patient reported outcome measures

Education/Academic qualification

Health Economics/Health Policy, Master of Public Health, University of Sydney

Award Date: 7 May 2010

Psychology, Bachelor of Science, University of Sydney

Award Date: 13 Jun 2008


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