Dr Li Huang
The University of Melbourne.
Dr Li Huang joined the Health Economics Unit in the Centre for Health Policy in 2015 as a Research Fellow. She completed her PhD in Economics at Monash University in 2014, and is most interested in Health Economics, Labour Economics, and topics on subjective well-being. Dr Huang has worked extensively on theoretical and empirical modelling in Economics, and has taught a broad range of undergraduate units. Her paper published in Oxford Economic Papers was featured in the Economist. She is currently involved in several economic evaluation programmes conducted alongside clinical and community trials, including collaborations with CardioRegen investigators. She is working on examining the healthcare needs of children born with single ventricles and children's use of health services in general.