Postgraduate research opportunities at HEHTA

Postgraduate research (PGR) students in HEHTA graduate with a thorough and robust skillset that is transferable to future employment in academia and public, private and third sector organizations.  PGR students’ development is supported by a program of high quality internal training, a dedicated and cohesive team, and exposure to our extensive network of international colleagues.  They also have access to the Researcher Training Programs in the Colleges of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences (MVLS) and the College of Social Science (CoSS).  Our students’ work results in high quality publications and international conference presence, and contributes to HEHTA’s international reputation across our seven research themes. Read more here about PGR opportunities with HEHTA.

 

interview with HEHTA PhD student

Our staff supervise doctoral and postgraduate research in various subject areas relating to Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment.

Please get in touch with the individual academic to find out about opportunities in their areas of research and supervision. 

We asked one of our doctoral students, Camilla Baba, to give us an insight into her experience of studying with HEHTA.

Professor Andrew Briggs

Affiliate Professor of Health Economics (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Olivia Wu

Professor Olivia Wu

Professor of Health Technology Assessment (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Research interests: Applied and methodological research in health technology assessment, with focus on the areas of evidence synthesis, risk, prediction modelling and economic evaluation.

Emma McIntosh

Professor Emma McIntosh

Professor of Health Economics (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Research interests: Economic evaluation alongside clinical trials. Stated preference discrete choice experiments. Economics of population health interventions. Cost-benefit analysis. Economics of Parkinson's.

Jim Lewsey

Professor Jim Lewsey

Professor of Medical Statistics (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Research interests: The use of advanced statistical methods in health technology assessment and medical research more generally. Alcohol research (evaluating interventions, alcoholic liver disease). Design and analysis of research using linked health (and non-health) data sets.

Kathleen Boyd

Dr Kathleen Boyd

Senior Lecturer (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Research interests: Health Technology Assessment Decision analytic modelling Economic evaluations alongside clinical trials Complex interventions Public health interventions

Claudia Geue

Dr Claudia Geue

Lecturer (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Research interests: Population ageing and healthcare expenditure. Application of econometric techniques for linked data to analyse socio-economic and geographical patterning of healthcare utilisation and related expenditure.

Neil Hawkins

Professor Neil Hawkins

Professor (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Research interests: Evidence synthesis and decision analytic modelling; precision medicine; early stage health technology assessment

Evi Germeni

Dr Evi Germeni

Lecturer in Qualitative Methods for Health Research (Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment)

Research interests: Personal experience of illness. Health information seeking and decision making. Acceptability of complex health technologies. Cross-sectional and longitudinal qualitative research. Systematic reviews and qualitative evidence synthesis.