Eleanor's research interests are the economics of health systems, health behaviour decision making, and the evaluation of healthcare programmes' effectiveness. She has a particular interest in health systems and public health interventions in low-income settings. Eleanor holds an MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science from University College London, a Graduate Diploma in Economics from the University of Cambridge, and an undergraduate degree in History from the University of Oxford. Her masters thesis explored the relationship between income shocks, risky sexual behaviour and HIV rates in Malawi.
Eleanor joined the OHE in September 2019. She has five years of experience as a researcher and consultant working on a range of social development issues in low-income settings, including two years based in Freetown, Sierra Leone. She has also worked in Kenya, Tanzania and Nepal.