Health Economics Analyst
Anum Shaikh received her bachelor degree in Commerce from the National University of Ireland, Galway. Upon completion of this, Anum then went on to pursue a masters in Health Economics at the University of York. After undertaking a placement at the Centre for Health Economics in York, Anum joined as a health economics analyst at the PHG Foundation and the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research.
Anum’s role involves providing support on a range of health economics projects across both organisations, mainly in the areas of breast and ovarian cancers, infectious diseases and carpal tunnel syndrome.