Program Manager, IANPHI France Secretariat
Science and International Office, The French Public Health Agency
Tek-Ang Lim is a health economist with a specialisation in mathematical and econometrics modelling. Currently, he is working for IANPHI Main office at Santé publique France, the French Public Health agency as a Program Manager.
Prior to joining Santé publique France, he has worked for 5 years as a senior expert on health economics at the European Center for Disease prevention and Control where his works focused mainly on understanding the socio-economic determinants of health and determining how scarce resources can be utilised more efficiently in public health.
During the outbreak of the Ebola virus in 2015, Tek has been deployed in Guinea as part of the international task force to support the Guinean government to tackle the outbreak. From 2006 to 2010, he has worked on Environmental health issues in a European consortium with over 24 countries represented (health information systems, quantification of the burden of disease, etc.) and participated to the Environment BoD projet led by WHO Euro.
Since 2012, Tek-Ang Lim is the president of the Public Health Economics section of the European Public Health Association, where the main purpose is to encourage networks and research projects related to the economic assessment of public health interventions.