Professional Qualifications and professional memberships

  • PhD Health Economics (UEA, 2014)
  • MSc Health Economics (York, 2001)
  • BSc Economics & Finance (York, 1999) 
  • Member, International Health Economics Association
  • Member, Health Economists’ Study Group

Research interests

  • Value of information analysis
  • Decision analytic modelling
  • Economic evaluation

Career summary

After training in economics and then health economics at the University of York, I worked for the York Health Economics Consortium, providing advice and health economic analyses to the NHS and pharmaceutical companies. In 2003, after a period working for the pharmaceutical industry, I joined UEA as a research associate, then lecturer in the Health Economics Group during which time I undertook a PhD focusing on efficient research design.  In 2013 I joined the University of Cambridge as a Senior Research Associate, leading a group of researchers conducting economic evaluations, studies on efficient research design and other economic analyses.

In November 2018 I rejoined UEA as Senior Lecturer in Health Economics and am a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge.  I currently lead the health economics group at UEA.

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