Charlotte joined the Health Economics Research Unit (HERU) in November 2019 as a Research Assistant under the Assessment of Health Technologies theme. Currently, she is involved in the critical assessment of the economic methods used in single technology assessments as part of the external review group within the university. Previous projects include the conceptualisation and development of an economic model for childhood Asthma, health economic analysis alongside the RAACENO clinical trial and conducting a micro-costing analysis for the EDNA study. She graduated from the University of York in January 2020 with a distinction in MSc Health Economics; her MSc thesis investigated time preference as a mediator of the spousal correlation in smoking. This was completed within the unit during the summer of 2019. She also graduated from the University of Birmingham in June 2018 with a BSc Hons in Mathematical Economics and Statistics.
MSc, Health Economics University of York 2020 BSc, Mathematical Economics and Statistics University of Birmingham 2018