Hi, I am a PhD student in Health Economics at the University of York, England.
My research interests are the study of socioeconomic inequalities in health; costing health interventions; management practices and health outcomes and impact evaluation of public policies.
I am also keen on studying and promoting open science practices that contribute to more transparent and reproducible research.
Currently, my research is focused on:
The effect of public health expenditure and people's care-related quality of life: the case of England.
The causal effect of conflict-related violence and people's mental health: the case of Colombia.
Measuring, identifying and characterising the presence, magnitude and sources of inequality of opportunity in nutrition-related outcomes in Mexico
Developing an approach to deal with the lack of panel data to perform life course health economic analysis
Investigating the individual and socioeconomic factors accounting for differences in Covid 19-related outcomes between indigenous and non-indigenous people in Mexico
Understanding management Practices in Community-based organizations that provide HIV prevention interventions in Nigeria
Estimating the costs of providing HIV interventions to key populations by the LINKAGES programme in Kenya and Malawi
I publish both, in English and Spanish