Iman Nourhussein is a Research Analyst in the Modeling & Meta-Analysis Center of Excellence, located in Pharmerit’s Bethesda office. Her expertise includes health economics modeling with an emphasis on cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis of various health technologies and interventions to aid optimal decision-making.
Prior to joining Pharmerit, Iman worked within the World Health Organization and Abt. Associates offices based in Ethiopia. Her experiences range across a breadth of roles including health financing reforms, scaling-up national health insurance schemes and liaising with international health organizations. Iman has also successfully conducted a cost-effectiveness analysis of introducing a pneumococcal vaccine for children with sickle cell disease into Burkina Faso’s child immunization schedule (master’s thesis), with publication forthcoming. Additionally, she has conducted cost-effectiveness analysis of therapeutics for treating rheumatoid arthritis in India and severe plaque psoriasis in the United States. Iman holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics with a minor in Applied Mathematics from and University of Houston and a Master of Health Science in Global Health Economics from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.