About Anna Boisgillot

Anna Boisgillot is a PhD candidate in development and health economics at the CERDI, and a health economist at Handicap International (NGO). Her PhD work is focused on the study of rehabilitation care coverage in low- and middle-income countries, including two case studies in Rwanda and Cambodia. Anna is also a former intern for the United Nations, UNAIDS and WHO.

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Languages
French
Native Speaker
English
Bilingual Proficiency
EDUCATION

PhD candidate in Health Economics
CERDI - Ecole doctorale SEJPG 245 - Université d'Auvergne
March 2016 to Present
Clermont-Ferrand
Title: The development of coverage of physical and functional rehabilitation care for people with disabilities in low and middle income countries. Supervisors: M. Audibert and Pr. J. Mathonnat

Master 2 - Health Economics and International Development
Ecole d'Economie - Université d'Auvergne
September 2014 to September 2015
France
Cross-disciplinary skills: health financing, organization of health systems, statistics, econometric, medico-economic analysis, project management...

EXPERIENCE

Health Economist
Handicap International
July 2015 to Present
Lyon
Technical support in health economics within the Rehabilitation Technical Unit and under the supervision of R.Botokro and I.Urseau

Health economist assistant
WHO
April 2015 to July 2015
Geneva
Health Workforce Department under the supervision of L.Codjia and J.Campbell

Economist assistant
UNAIDS
April 2014 to July 2014
Geneva
Strategic Information and Evaluation Department under the supervision of T.Schick, E.Pascal and P.Ghys.

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