Professor Rachael Moorin

Page last updated: 02 January 2021

Professor Rachael Moorin is Professor of Health Systems and Health Economics at Curtin University and an Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Western Australia. Rachael is a past Director of the Australian Centre for Economic Research on Health, the International Health Data Linkage Network and has been a member of the Evaluation Sub-Committee of MSAC since 2010. Prior to her move to academia Rachael was a Diagnostic Radiographer and Nuclear Medicine Technologist having held several senior positions in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. Rachael's research interests include epidemiology of health service use in various population groups; equity in and access to health care services and the effect of health policy on equity, access and outcomes of health care services. Rachael is considered one of the leading authorities on using linked administrative health data in applied epidemiological and economic research.