Eleanor Grieve is a Research Associate (Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment) at the University of Glasgow. She holds a BA (Hons) in Economics and German from the University of Stirling, a postgraduate diploma in Financial Economics from SOAS, University of London and a Master of Public Health (Merit) from the University of Glasgow. Before joining as a Research Assistant at Glasgow University in September 2010, she previously held positions with various non-governmental organisations working in international development. Eleanor currently works on projects assisting on health economic evaluations of public health interventions. She maintains her interest in international development by continuing to do consultancy work in this field, and was also based part-time at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Department of Global Health and Development as a Research Fellow in Health Economics during 2013/14. Her research interest include economic evaluation of public health and complex interventions, both trial-based and using decision analytic modelling; research interest in low- and middle-income countries.