Susan Pennings is a PhD student in the School of Philosophy at the Australian National University. Her PhD research discusses methods of allocating health care resources under conditions of scarcity. She currently works at CAPHIA, a non-government organisation representing public health in universities in Australia and New Zealand, Previously she worked for the Australian Bureau of Statistics and as a research assistant for the ANU’s Research School of Population Health. She is a member of Effective Altruism ANU.
- PhD student, School of Philosophy, ANU
- Company: Australian National University