Anna graduated with first class honours in BEconSc Economics at the University of Manchester. She then graduated with a distinction in MSc Economics (Economics of Health) at the University of Manchester in 2017.
After her studies, Anna started work as a Research Associate at the Centre for Primary Care in the Health Organisation, Policy & Economics (HOPE) centre in October 2017. Anna's past research has focused on the application of econometrics and economics in health and healthcare setting.
In this role, she has worked on the following projects:
Anna has started a PhD in Health Economics on October 2019 funded by the Wellcome trust, and was awarded the President's Doctoral Scholar Award. Her thesis will evaluate the effectiveness of “Community Approaches” at protecting and improving health and well-being and reducing inequalities, and she will be supervised by Prof Matt Sutton, Prof Pete Bower and Dr Luke Munford.
- Jon Stewart Prize for Econometrics: for attaining the highest econometrics average in the graduating MSc Economics cohort
- President's Doctoral Scholar Award: awarded to 3% of research students who demonstrate academic excellence and leadership potential
- Deans Award: for graduating with a final grade over 75% in undergraduate degree
- Manchester School Award: for final year grades in Economics undergraduate cohort and contribution to the course in non-curriculum activities