Victoria is a health economist and holds a joint position with AusHSI and the Jamieson Trauma Institute, where she undertakes economic analyses as part of a wide range of research projects investigating the long-term trajectories, costs and health outcomes of trauma, injury and surgical patients in Australia. Her role at the Jamieson Trauma Institute also involves providing expert health economics advice at the early stages of research planning.
Victoria holds Law and Science degrees from the University of Queensland, and an MSc (Health Policy, Planning and Financing) from the London School of Economics & London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Her PhD work uses large datasets and economic modelling and to identify high-value care for coronary artery disease, and was undertaken with the AusHSI at QUT, and the Health Market Quality group of the Capital Markets CRC.
Her research interests lie in health economics, particularly in generating evidence for value-based healthcare policies, to improve the efficiency of health services and patient outcomes.