Inna joined us as a Cumberland Lodge Scholar in September 2018. A DPhil Candidate based at the Health Economics Research Centre at the University of Oxford, Inna’s research investigates the degree and determinants of suboptimal cardiovascular medication use for the prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and examines socioeconomic-related treatment gaps. The research aims to support novel effective policies for treatment amelioration that are needed to address the high burden and associated costs of CVD, a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Her doctoral research is funded by a Medical Research Council and Nuffield Department of Population Health scholarship.

Prior to her doctoral research, Inna worked as a Public Policy Consultant at LSE Health, where she was involved in the evaluation of the Austrian social insurance system.  Inna holds a MSc in International Health Policy and Health Economics from the London School of Economics and a BA (Hons) in International Economics with a Minor in International Law from the American University of Paris.

With a strong interest in sustainable entrepreneurship, Inna previously joined LSE Enactus, where she worked on a student-led project aimed at the integration and economic empowerment of people with convictions in London.

Inna's blog posts

Working Identities, 2019


Cumberland Lodge Scholar, 2018-20