Marina Rodes Sanchez
Marina’s research interests focus on the evaluation of healthcare programmes’ effectiveness, focusing on quality of life factors that impact budgets and decision making. She is also interested in the economics of health care systems in emerging markets.
Marina joined the Office of Health Economics in October 2017, after completing her MSc in Health Economics at City, University of London. Prior to that she worked as a Healthcare Consultant at Antares Consulting, where she worked on projects for hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and public bodies. Among other things, her role involved developing business plans for hospitals and undertaking research for new market access opportunities. Prior to this, Marina pursued her undergraduate degree in Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, including a semester spent as a visiting student at HEC Montréal.