Mia joined THEMA in early 2022 to pursue her interest in health economics and outcomes research following the completion of a double bachelor’s degree in Economics and Medical Science at the Australian National University. Additional to her degrees, she completed a standalone honours at the John Curtin School of Medical Research in the Genome Sciences and Cancer Division. During her studies and prior to joining THEMA, Mia worked at the ABS as a Data Scientist and during her early education, as a Junior Economist at Treasury. She also has previous volunteering experience as an Analyst for a not-for-profit organisation, working in and passionate about Women’s and Children’s health. Mia has experience both in economic modelling and health research and joined THEMA to pursue a career in health economics and reimbursement.