School of Health and Population Sciences
Hareth is an economist with experience in health policy analysis and academic research. Since 2005, he has been involved in research to develop techniques to measure the benefits of healthcare interventions for economic evaluation. He teaches health economics to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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Lecturer in Health Economics
Lazaros Andronis is a Lecturer in Health Economics, based in the Health Economics Unit of the College of Medical and Dental Sciences.
In the past, Lazaros has undertaken research on economic evaluations, where he assessed the cost-effectiveness of interventions in areas such as cancer and leukaemia, orthopaedics and cardiovascular disease. In addition to applied research, Lazaros ...
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Reader in Mathematical Modelling
Director of the MSc programme in Health Economics and Health Policy
Pelham Barton is a Reader in Mathematical Modelling in the Health Economics Unit and Director of the MSc programme in Health Economics and Health Policy. He has over 70 publications, of which around 50 are academic papers published in peer-reviewed journals. On almost all of these his contribution was to lead the economic and mathematical modelling aspects of the ...
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NIHR Research Methods Fellow
Katie Breheny is a NIHR Research Methods Fellow in the Health Economics Unit.
Katie is undertaking a two year NIHR fellowship focusing on developing and applying skills in the economic evaluation of diagnostic testing. This fellowship builds on her experience in health outcomes research and psychology. As part of her training Katie is undertaking the Health Economics and ...
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Alastair Canaway is a Research Fellow within the Health Economics Unit.
His current focus is on the economic evaluation of a cluster randomised controlled trial of an obesity prevention intervention (WAVES study).
The other main academic interests are methodologically challenging issues within outcome measurement for use in economic evaluation. ...
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Professor of Health Economics
Joanna Coast is Professor of Health Economics within the School of Health and Population Sciences.
Jo has published more than 90 research papers in academic journals. She has received major grants from the Medical Research Council and the European Research Council. She is Senior Editor, Health Economics for Social Science and Medicine.
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Helen Evans is the Unit Manager for the Health Economics Unit and the Postgraduate Programme Manager for the MSc in Health Economics and Health Policy and MSc in Health Economics and Econometrics programmes.
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Senior Lecturer in Health Economics
Emma Frew is a Senior Lecturer in Health Economics. Her research interests are in the economics of obesity and complex public health interventions. Emma is also interested and actively researching economic outcome measurement in children. Emma has published widely in scientific journals in the field of contingent valuation in health care and has a particular interest in the ...
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Research Fellow in Health Economics
Assistant Director of the MSc programmes Health Economics and Health Policy, Health Economics and Econometrics
Ilias has graduated from the London School of Economics (LSE) and the University of Athens. Prior to joining the Health Economics Unit at the University of Birmingham, Ilias interned at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
At LSE, Ilias specialised in international health policy and health economics. He also holds an MSc from the ...
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Louise is a Research Fellow within the Health Economics Unit at the University of Birmingham.
Louise’s research relates to applied economic evaluations in the areas of sexual health and women’s reproductive health. Louise is also involved in work which aims to explore the methodologies used to measure outcomes in these areas.
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