Marisa Miraldo

Marisa Miraldo

United Kingdom, London
Professor at Imperial College London
Occupation: Academic / Scholar, Economist
Industry: Academia, Economics, Healthcare

About:

Marisa has a track record in leading multidisciplinary research in health economics and policy and collaboration with policy makers. Her expertise is on the economics and policy of healthcare innovation, the impact of policies on organisational performance and the behavioural determinants of decision making including health risky behaviour. Further info: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/m.miraldo

languages

English, Portuguese, Italian

Expertise:

Health Economics.Health Policy.Behavioural ScienceInnovationPharmaceutical Innovation

Experience:

Imperial College London

Professor at Imperial College London

September 2008 - Present • London, United Kingdom

Marisa has a track record in leading multidisciplinary research in health economics and policy and collaboration with policy makers. Her expertise is on the economics and policy of healthcare innovation, the impact of policies on organisational performance and the behavioural determinants of decision making including health risky behaviour. She is a fellow of Imperial College Data Science Institute and currently leads the Health Research stream at the Data Analytics Centre, as well as a Health Foundation funded research program on the determinants of the adoption of innovation for chronic conditions such as cancer, and cardiovascular disease. She is a member of the Health Parliament in Portugal. She is an advocate for inclusion and diversity and chairs the Diversity Committee at the Business School. She is part of several strategic groups namely the Nutrition and Food Network Strategy Group and the Vaccines strategy group at Imperial College London. She has developed and led the executive education Advanced Management Programme in Health Innovation. She is also passionate about diversity and has chaired the Gender Equity Committee at Imperial College Business School.

Education:

University or York

PhD in Health Economics

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