Jeremy has a bachelor’s degree (BA) in Mathematics and Philosophy from St John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, master’s degrees (MA, MSc) in Economics and Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a doctorate in Public Health (PhD) from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Since 2000 Jeremy has been working on the use and interpretation of mathematical models in economic evaluation and related fields and has contributed to an influential body of work on the cost effectiveness of interventions for cardiovascular risk factors and disease, respiratory conditions, cancers, maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and chronic disease prevention, as well as on health systems research and diverse topics in epidemiology and statistics. Jeremy has led inter-disciplinary teams in a range of countries in Latin America and Africa on adapting results of economic evaluation to national settings, and, with colleagues, he is currently engaged in finalizing a major research update on the cost effectiveness of more than 500 interventions covering 22 distinct areas of diseases, injuries and risk factors (WHO-CHOICE). More recently, Jeremy has been studying the economics of fiscal space for the health workforce, as well as interactions between the health system and the broader economy, for the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth, and he led the work on WHO’s related contributions to that Commission. Jeremy is currently working on the financing of public goods in health and also on deconstructing the public/private divide in the health system.