Timea Helter is an economist with a wide range of international work experience and education related to the health sector. She obtained Masters degrees in economics (Corvinus University, Budapest), health informatics (UCL), health research (Brunel University) and conducted PhD studies at the Health Economics Research Group, Brunel University. Timea is also experienced within the area of international health outcomes research because she has worked for British, Hungarian and Austrian consultancy firms and the national health technology assessment office in Hungary. Timea was part of the initial EQUIPT team that successfully prepared the grant application. She later left her job at Syreon Research Institute due to her maternity leave, and her responsibilities were taken over by Zoltan Voko.