Xiuqin Xiong is currently a second year PhD student in the Health Economics Unit in the University of Melbourne. Her PhD is mainly focusing on health economics in children, including measuring and valuing health outcomes in children, economic evaluations alongside clinical trials, testing psychometric properties of health-related quality of life instruments. She has published one paper titled “Association between 24-hour movement behaviors and health-related quality of life in children” recently. She is currently a General Councilor (AHED) in AHES committee.
Xiuqin obtained a Master of Public Health in Peking University, China in 2019. She got her Bachelor of Preventive Medicine, Bachelor of Economics in Peking University in 2016. During her master study, she interned in the Division of Health Economics at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) for two months and interned in Janssen Pharmaceutical Company of Johnson & Johnson for six months.
She loves to communicate with other people and loves outdoor activities. She likes hiking, bicycling, swimming and is keen for road trips. She also loves delicious food.