Dr Evelyn Lee
Evelyn is a health economist at the Centre for Economic Impacts of Genomic Medicine. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of New South Wales and completed her Masters of Economics from the University of Sydney and Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from the National University of Singapore. Her research interests include economic evaluation of health care interventions and Markov modelling.
Her current research involves constructing microsimulation models to assess the impact of chronic illness on retirement finances.
Evelyn is also an adjunct lecturer with the Centre for Social Research in Health at the University of New South Wales.
Lee E, Costello F M, Botha W, Illingworth P, Chambers M G. (2019) A cost-effectiveness analysis of preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy (PGT-A) for up to three complete assisted reproductive technology cycles in women of advanced maternal age. ANZJOG 20 May 2019 doi: 10.1111/ajo.12988. [Epub ahead of print]
Lee E, Mao LM, Bavinton B, Prestage G, Holt M (2019) Which gay and bisexual men attend community-based HIV testing services in Australia? An analysis of cross-sectional national behavioural surveillance data. AIDS and Behavior. (2019): 1-8
Lee E, Chambers G M, Hale L, Illingworth P and Wilton L (2018) Assisted reproductive technology (ART) cumulative live birth rates following preimplantation genetic diagnosis for aneuploidy (PGD‐A) or morphological assessment of embryos: A cohort analysis. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 58.5 (2018): 525-532
Holt M, Lea T, Mao L, Kolstee J, Zablotska I, Duck T, Allan B, West M, Lee E, Hull P and Grulich A (2018) Community-level changes in condom use and uptake of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis by gay and bisexual men in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia: results of repeated behavioural surveillance in 2013–17. The Lancet HIV. 2018
Holt M, Lea T, Mao L, Zablotska I, Lee E, Hull P and Prestage G (2017) Adapting behavioural surveillance to antiretroviral-based HIV prevention: reviewing and anticipating trends in the Australian Gay Community Periodic Surveys. Sexual health, 14(1), 72-79
Lee E, Murphy D, Mao L, de Wit J, Prestage G, Zablotska I and Holt M (2016). Social and Behavioural Correlates of HIV Testing Among Australian Gay and Bisexual Men in Regular Relationships. AIDS and Behavior, 20(6), 1295-1301.
Lee E, Illingworth P, Wilton L, Chambers GM (2015) Reply: Preimplantation genetic screening using comprehensive chromosome screening: Evidence and remaining challenges, Human Reproduction, vol 30, pp 1516
Lee E, Illingworth P, Wilton L, Chambers G M (2014) The clinical effectiveness of preimplantation genetic diagnosis for aneuploidy in all 24 chromosomes (PGD-A): systematic review. Human Reproduction 2014: 3(2), 473-483
Chambers G M, Hoang V P, Lee E, Hansen M, Sullivan E A, Bower C, and Chapman M. (2014). Hospital costs of multiple-birth and singleton-birth children during the first 5 years of life and the role of assisted reproductive technology. JAMA Paediatrics, 168(11), 1045-1053.
Chambers G M, Lee E, Hoang V P, Hansen M, Bower C, and Sullivan E A (2013). Hospital utilization, costs and mortality rates during the first 5 years of life: a population study of ART and non-ART singletons. Human reproduction, 29(3), 601-610
Holt M, Lee E, Prestage G P, Zablotska I, De Wit J, and Mao L (2013). The converging and diverging characteristics of HIV-positive and HIV-negative gay men in the Australian Gay Community Periodic Surveys, 2000–2009. AIDS care, 25(1), 28-37.
Lea T, Lee E, Mao L, de Wit J, and Holt M. (2013) HIV and hepatitis C virus co-infection among men who have sex with men in Sydney, and associations with sexual and drug use practices. Sexual health, 10(5), 448-451.
Grants and Funding
Nadine Ezard, Liam Acheson, Evelyn Lee, Krista Siefried, Jonathon Brett, Adrian Dunlop, Anthony Shakeshaft et al (2019). The Hub Project: Trialling a new model for telehealth services for alcohol and other drug treatment in rural and regional NSW. NSW Health Translation Research Grants Scheme. $503, 724 over 2 years.
Evelyn Lee (2018) Postgraduate Conference Travel Fund. University of New South Wales. $2,600.