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The successful candidate for this role is required to take an active role in the design and analysis of economic evaluations alongside clinical and implementation studies. Initially, this will involve a model-based analysis of the cost-effectiveness of vector control activities in Papua New Guinea.

Other projects may include systematic reviews of methods for estimating productivity losses in unpaid populations, comparisons of different methods for estimating productivity losses on the cost-effectiveness of malaria control interventions, and the costs and cost-effectiveness of malaria surveillance activities.

While the current research program focuses on malaria and infectious diseases, there is scope to expand to health issues more broadly in Australia with a particular emphasis on health issues in the Northern Territory.

To apply for this job email your details to angela.devine@menzies.edu.au.