Beverley Essue is a global health systems researcher and health economist who leads interdisciplinary research focused on strengthening health systems, supporting effective and equitable priority setting and advancing equity and gender equality. She has led work for key global health initiatives including the Disease Control Priorities initiative, the Lancet taskforce on noncommunicable diseases and is currently anchoring the economics work for the Lancet Commission on Gender Based Violence and Maltreatment of Young People. She is deeply committed to capacity development and to inspiring the future generation of global health leaders.
Health economics; equity; health financing; household economic impact analysis; financial protection; priority setting; non-communicable diseases; global health.
Institute for the Advanced Studies of the Americas, University of Miami
Centre for Global Health Research