Senior Lecturer In Health Economics / Health Economic Modelling
Sue Jowett is a Senior Lecturer in the Health Economics Unit and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre at Keele University.
Her research interests lie in the conduct of economic evaluations alongside applied research in chronic diseases. She collaborates with a number of departments at the University of Birmingham including ...
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Research Fellow in Health Economics
Jesse Kigozi is a Research Fellow at the Health Economics Unit, University of Birmingham and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre at Keele University.
He is a keen researcher in issues such as economic evaluation in the area of musculoskeletal disease, resource use data collection methods, and assessing productivity costs ...
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Philip is a Research Fellow in the Health Economics Unit. His research interests relate to the measurement and valuation of outcomes in economic evaluation. In particular, Philip is interested in the use of the capability approach within health economics.
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Tosin is a research fellow at the Health Economics Unit (HEU).
He is working on the economic evaluation of screening strategies for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and he is collaborating with the PREDNOS trial team to determine the cost-effectiveness of prednisolone therapy in children with steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome (SSNS).
Telephone +44 (0)121 414 7497
Hugh has published research across a range of fields, including health reform policies, payment incentives, commissioning, service redesign, and quality improvement programmes and methods. He has received major grants from funding bodies including the NIHR.
Hugh leads the ‘Policy and Economics of Healthcare Delivery’ module of the MSc in Health Economics and Health Policy, and ...
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Mark Monahan is a Research Associate in the Health Economics Unit.
After completing a MSc in Health Economics in the National University of Ireland, Galway, he joined the Health Economics Unit at the University of Birmingham in November 2013.
His current projects consist of an economic evaluation of a clinical decision rule for cessation of anticoagulation ...
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Lecturer in Health Economics
Raymond Oppong is a Research Fellow at the Health Economics Unit, University of Birmingham.
He is an enthusiastic researcher who is interested in issues such as economic evaluation in the area of muskuloskeletal disease, antimicrobial resistance, quality of life research and economic analysis alongside multinational studies.
He has published in journals ...
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Deputy Director for Teaching
Cristina Penaloza is a Research Fellow and Deputy Director for Teaching MSc HEHP in the Health Economics Unit.
Cristina has published research papers in various journals in the fields of economic evaluation of interventions for the prevention of cardiovascular disease, measurement of healthcare productivity, efficiency, equity, coverage, utilization of healthcare ...
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Professor of Health Economics and Head of Unit
Tracy Roberts is Professor of Health Economics and Head of Unit.
Tracy has specific research interest in the area of economic evaluation and in particular of testing and screening programmes, particularly in the areas of Sexual Health, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Latterly she has developed interest in pursuing outcome valuation for use in economic evaluation ...
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Andrew Sutton is a lecturer in mathematical modelling in the Health Economics Unit at the University of Birmingham.
Andrew was awarded his PhD at Warwick University in 2007 which focused on the mathematical modelling of interventions that target injecting drug users in a prison setting against blood-borne viruses.
Andrew is a module ...
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