Moosa Al Subhi is a second-year PhD student at Deakin Health Economics. He successfully gained a PhD scholarship with the Centre for Research Excellence in Food Retail Environments for Health (REFRESH). Moosa’s PhD investigates which business outcomes are important to retailers and how they can be included in cost-effectiveness analyses. As part of this, he will undertake interviews with retailers to determine the business outcomes relevant to various food retail settings, perform discrete choice experiments to assign a value to these outcomes, and conduct economic evaluations incorporating these business outcomes into the cost-effectiveness analyses.
He also works as a causal research fellow in the economics of obesity stream within DHE and the Global Centre for Preventive Health and Nutrition (GLOBE) and assists in conducting economic evaluations of obesity prevention interventions.