Health Economics Analyst
Elizabeth joined the Disease Control Priorities Network as a Health Economics Analyst in the spring of 2013 to provide research support to senior project staff on health economics research and program management. Elizabeth wears many hats, including assistance with long-term project planning, communication strategy, and data analysis. Additionally, Elizabeth manages grant proposals, manuscripts, and capacity building workshops with DCP3’s international partners. Elizabeth received her Bachelor Degree in Public Policy and French, as well as a Master in Health Economics, from the University of Michigan with the goal of pursuing research on improving efficiency, equity, and financial risk protection in global health policies.