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.