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Dr Li Huang

Dr Li Huang

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Role Honorary Fellow
Dr Li Huang is a Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Head of the Child Health Economics Unit, Centre for Health Policy, at the University of Melbourne. She has broad interests in the economics of well-being and income-related inequalities and is experienced with administrative health care data and data linkages.

Li specializes in economic evaluation alongside clinical and community trials and has active engagements with The Royal Children's Hospital and the Royal Women’s Hospital. She has worked with clinicians from over 20 child health specialties and is a co-investigator on grants worth over AU$ 21 million. Li has published in leading international journals including Social Science and Medicine, Value in Health, The New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet Infectious Diseases and Pediatrics. One of her methodological studies has estimated the monetary value of health using the subjective well-being valuation method.
Dr Li Huang is a Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Head of the Child Health Economics Unit, Centre for Health Policy, at the University of Melbourne. She has broad interests in the economics of well-being and income-related inequalities and is...
Dr Li Huang is a Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Head of the Child Health Economics Unit, Centre for Health Policy, at the University of Melbourne. She has broad interests in the economics of well-being and income-related inequalities and is experienced with administrative health care data and data linkages.

Li specializes in economic evaluation alongside clinical and community trials and has active engagements with The Royal Children's Hospital and the Royal Women’s Hospital. She has worked with clinicians from over 20 child health specialties and is a co-investigator on grants worth over AU$ 21 million. Li has published in leading international journals including Social Science and Medicine, Value in Health, The New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet Infectious Diseases and Pediatrics. One of her methodological studies has estimated the monetary value of health using the subjective well-being valuation method.

Top Publications

  • Xiong, X, Carvalho, N, Huang, L, Chen, G, Jones, R, Devlin, N, Mulhern, B, Dalziel, K. Psychometric Properties of Child Health Utility 9D (CHU9D) Proxy Version Administered to Parents and Caregivers of Children Aged 2-4 Years Compared with Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory™ (PedsQL).. Pharmacoeconomics 42(Suppl 1) : 147 -161 2024
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  • Huang, L, Dalziel, K, Lloyd, M, Loke, P, Lozinsky, AC, Tang, M. Cost-effectiveness analysis of probiotic peanut oral immunotherapy (PPOIT) versus placebo in Australian children with peanut allergy alongside a randomised trial.. BMJ Open 13(12) : e075521 2023
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  • Dalziel, K, van Heusden, A, Sarvananthar, J, Jones, R, McGregor, K, Huang, L, Rivero-Arias, O, Herdman, M, Hiscock, H, Devlin, N. A Qualitative Investigation to Develop an Adapted Version of the EQ-5D-Y-3L for Use in Children Aged 2-4 Years.. Value Health 26(10) : 1525 -1534 2023
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  • Xiong, X, Huang, L, Herd, DW, Borland, ML, Davidson, A, Hearps, S, Mackay, MT, Lee, KJ, Dalziel, SR, Dalziel, K, et al. Cost-effectiveness of Prednisolone to Treat Bell Palsy in Children: An Economic Evaluation Alongside a Randomized Controlled Trial.. Neurology 100(24) : e2432 -e2441 2023
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  • Manley, BJ, Kamlin, COF, Donath, S, Huang, L, Birch, P, Cheong, JLY, Dargaville, PA, Dawson, JA, Doyle, LW, Jacobs, SE, et al. Intratracheal budesonide mixed with surfactant to increase survival free of bronchopulmonary dysplasia in extremely preterm infants: study protocol for the international, multicenter, randomized PLUSS trial.. Trials 24(1) : 320 2023
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