Professor Dame Anne Mills studied at St Hilda’s College, Oxford 1970-73, graduating in History and Economics. Following two years as ODI Fellow in the Ministry of Health Malawi, and three years at Leeds University, she joined the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine becoming Professor in 1995 and Deputy Director & Provost in 2012. She is a worldwide authority on health economics, with a particular focus on creating efficient and equitable health systems in low-and-middle-income countries. She has held the position of President of the International Health Economics Association. She received a CBE for services to medicine in 2006, and is a Fellow of the UK Academy of Medical Sciences and a Fellow of the Royal Society. In 2015 she received a DCMG in recognition of her services to international health. Her other awards include the Galen Medal for Therapeutics and the Prince Mahidol Award for Medicine.
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