Dr Angela Devine is a Health Economist at Menzies School of Health Research and The University of Melbourne. Her current research focuses on the costs and cost-effectiveness of strategies for the treatment and control of malaria. A large number of these studies are in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Other research interests include the valuation of productivity losses in unpaid populations and the use of online models to inform policy. Within ACREME, Angela leads a program of research evaluating the costs and cost-effectiveness of options for the treatment and control of malaria.