Eva-Maria is a health economist working within CPEC at LSE. Her main research interests are the economics of prevention and promotion in mental health and children's services, the economic costs of childhood health and mental health problems, evaluation of services and interventions for children, young people and families, and methodological questions around estimating societal costs of mental health problems.
She has worked on a range of topics such as depression, eating disorders, youth justice and autism and with a variety of approaches including economic evaluations alongside clinical trials and economic modelling studies.
Much of her current work is related to the ‘Preventonomics' project, part of the Big Lottery Fund's ‘A Better Start' initiative.
Expertise: child and adolescent mental health; healthcare; health economics; interventions for children; mental health service provision; social cost of mental health; social care