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We are economists and social scientists spanning both the Health Economics Group in the School of Public Health and the Centre Health Economics & Policy Innovation in Imperial College Business School. Our aim is to understand and help optimise the factors influencing the adoption and scale-up of existing and new malaria interventions. Our research supports evidence-based health policy decision making at a local, national and international level using a variety of methods, including econometric analyses of large datasets, cost-effectiveness analyses of malaria interventions and applied in-country qualitative studies. We work with people living in malarious communities, epidemiologists, clinicians, mathematical modellers, in-country partners, and national and international institutions.