Eve Worrall

Health economist at LSTM

Eve has a background in economics and received a PhD on the economic benefits of climate-based malaria early warning systems and the cost effectiveness of indoor residual spraying (IRS) for malaria control. She has since worked as a research fellow, technical advisor, consultant, and programme manager and has established herself as an expert in the economic evaluation of vector control interventions including insecticide treated nets, larval source management and indoor residual spraying. She is also working on evaluating novel vector control interventions (eaves tubes and spatial repellents) and has a strong interest in analysing the policy making process.