Sandy Tubeuf joined UCLouvain-IRSS as Professor of Health Economics in September 2018 but only started her new position in January 2019 after a two-month trip on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Prior to UCLouvain, Sandy was at the University of Leeds in the UK for 10 years in a health economics unit. She holds a PhD from Aix-Marseille School of Economics (GREQAM) and completed her postdoctoral research at the University of York.
She hopes to set up a team of health economists in IRSS with PhD and postdoctoral students. She has worked in health economics and applied health research, as well as labour and education economics; she has an interest in using quantitative methods to evaluate public policies. Her office is on the 4th floor (415).
Already, she has been busy connecting with economists in Belgium! She recently presented at the UCLouvain Economics Seminar (28th February) and the University of Antwerp Department of Economics seminars (24th April).
We also welcome...
- Hugues DUSAUSOIT (équipe Olivier Schmitz)
- Adriana Teunisje HAAKMA (équipe Jean Macq)
- Théophile PITSAER (RESO)
- Kirsten VANDERPLANKEN (CRED)