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Biography

Dr Marina Soley-Bori is a Lecturer in Health Economics. Her research explores how to deliver high-quality healthcare while containing costs. She uses econometrics and large datasets to identify the determinants of healthcare use, costs, and quality of care. Additionally, she evaluates the health and cost impacts of policy changes and interventions using cost-effectiveness analysis.

After completing her PhD and working in government consulting at the Research Triangle Institute, she joined King’s in 2019 as a research fellow. Since then, she has been part of the Health Economics for Life Sciences and Medicine (HELM) group (led by Prof Julia Fox-Rushby). Marina teaches health economics in the MPH program, and she is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Her work in health economics has identified the value of coordination among healthcare providers in diabetes care; long-term conditions with the highest primary care costs among individuals with multimorbidity; and the cost-effectiveness of the Children and Young People’s Health Partnership (CYPHP, a new integrated paediatric care model in South London). In the area of maternal health, she evaluates inequalities in the impact of COVID-19 on maternity care services as part of RESILIENT.

A complete list of Marina's publications can be found here.