Alexa is a Public Health Scientist now pursuing a PhD in Health Economics. Before beginning her PhD at Imperial College, Alexa's research was based on paediatric chronic disease epidemiology. Her PhD will focus on fiscal and regulatory policies for governmental childhood obesity strategy and improved food environments. Alexa has a MPhil in Public Health and Epidemiology from the University of Cambridge (UK) and a BSc in Public Health and Global Studies from Temple University (USA).
Alexa is the Teaching Assistant for two Master's courses:
- Healthcare and Medical Analytics (Masters in Business Analytics course)
- Health Economics (Masters in International Health Management and Masters in Business Analytics courses)
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