Cheryl completed her master's degree in Health Economics at the University of York. She then secured a position as a research associate for The Centre for Health Economics in Manchester (MCHE) and worked closely, on a variety of cost-effectiveness projects, with Professor Matt Sutton, Professor Katherine Payne, and Dr. Brenda Gannon. After working at MCHE for the past 12 months, she is now going to start working on a PhD, "The Economics of Presenteeism in the context of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, and Psoriatic Arthritis", as of the 1st October 2014.
Cheryl graduated from the University of Salford with a first degree in Economics (BSc). She then went on to work in London and then France for two years before returning to complete a Masters degree in Health Economics at the University of York. Cheryl then began working as a Research Associate at the Centre for Health Economics (MCHE) at the Unviersity of Manchester in September 2013. Cheryl's next step is to complete a PhD within MCHE.
PhD Health Economics - In progress
MSc Health Economics - Merit Award
BSc (honors) Economics - First Class Honors