Chloe has a background in women’s health and health economics. She has previously worked as a midwife in clinical practice across various settings and on clinical trials through the Liggins Institute. She developed an interest in health economics while completing her Master’s degree and has carried out economic evaluations of adrenaline autoinjectors for children and of self-sampling methods for cervical screening. Her current research interests are centred around maternal health and the developmental origins of health and disease.
Chloe holds a Bachelor of Midwifery (with distinction) and a Master of Public Health (with first class honours).