Emilie Courtin is Assistant Professor of Health Policy. She co-directs the MSc Health Policy, Planning and Financing (HPPF) programme. Her research combines social epidemiology and social policy to assess how non-medical policies influence health, disease and health care use.
Emilie has a PhD from the Department of Social Policy at the LSE, for which she was awarded the 2018 Richard Titmuss prize for best thesis. She was previously a David E. Bell Fellow at Harvard University and Assistant Professor in Social Epidemiology and Public Policy and LSHTM, supported by a MRC Skills Development Fellowship. She currently leads a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (UKRI guarantee) on the effect of early life interventions on biological ageing.
HP436 Evidence Appraisal for Health Policy Analysis
HP4F1E Impact Evaluation in Healthcare
Visiting researcher, Imperial College London, MRC Centre on Environment and Health
Visiting research, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Faculty of Public Health and Policy