Research Assistant in Health Economics
David is a Research Assistant in Health Economics. He works primarily on an National Institute for Health Research funded project, developing a health economic decision model to simulate pregnancy outcomes for different ultrasonography screening policies.
David previously worked at the Swedish Institute for Health Economics. His research background includes the modelling of economic and health outcomes for people with type 2 diabetes. He holds an MSc in Economics from Lund University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Linköping University focused on Public Administration with a major in Economics.
David’s main research interests include strategies for detection of complications in prenatal care, and the development of decision analytic models for cost-effectiveness evaluation.