The European Health Economics Association (EuHEA) has appointed Aleksandra Torbica as its new President for a two-year term, effective immediately.


The European Health Economics Association (EuHEA) is one of the largest scientific associations in Europe, gathering approximately 1000 participants at biannual events, it’s an association of associations. EuHEA's purpose is to promote cooperation among all national health economics associations and groups in Europe and to profile and foster health economics at European universities.

Aleksandra Torbica, a senior researcher at Bocconi's CERGAS and its former Director, brings over 20 years of expertise in health economics and policy research, including significant work with international institutions at European and global level.


This appointment has particular significance as Aleksandra Torbica is the youngest EuHEA president ever elected, and it is the first time that a representative of Italy holds this position. Aleksandra Torbica has also been chairing the Italian Association of Health Economics (AIES) from 2020 to 2023. As EuHEA President, she will prioritize interdisciplinary research by strengthening ties between health economics and related fields, enhance collaboration among national associations across Europe, expand EuHEA's outreach, and support emerging health economists.