The HPRU in Modelling and Health Economics covers a wide spectrum of thematic areas, with many allied and overlapping researchers contributing their time in-kind to help it achieve its objectives.

Please note that the staff list below only includes staff who are directly financially supported by the NIHR, under the HPRU in Modelling and Health Economics award.


NameInstitutionRolePrimary theme
Neil Ferguson ICL Unit Director All themes
Peter White PHE Deputy Director, Theme Lead and Acaemic Career Development Lead Changing disease burden: drivers and intervention strategies
Claire Thomson ICL HPRU Manager All themes
       
Marc Baguelin ICL Theme  Co-Lead Capacity-building, dissemination, translation, and tools
Sam Bhatt ICL Theme  Co-Lead Analysis, forecasting and response to outbreaks and acute health-system pressures
Andre Charlett PHE Theme  Co-Lead Analysis, forecasting and response to outbreaks and acute health-system pressures
Anne Cori ICL Theme Lead Capacity-building, dissemination, translation, and tools
Raquel Duarte-Davidson PHE Theme Co-Lead Changing disease burden: drivers and intervention strategies
John Edmunds LSHTM Theme Co-Lead Capacity-building, dissemination, translation, and tools
Roz Eggo LSHTM Theme Co-Lead Changing disease burden: drivers and intervention strategies
Majid Ezzati ICL Theme Co-Lead Changing disease burden: drivers and intervention strategies
Mark Jit LSHTM Unit Co-Director, Theme Lead Behavioural and economic drivers of disease transmission and intervention policy effectiveness
Adam Kucharski LSHTM Theme Lead Analysis, forecasting and response to outbreaks and acute health-system pressures
Katharina Hauck ICL Theme Co-Lead Behavioural and economic drivers of disease transmission and intervention policy effectiveness
Gareth Hughes PHE Theme  Co-Lead Capacity-building, dissemination, translation, and tools
Julie Robotham PHE Theme Co-Lead Behavioural and economic drivers of disease transmission and intervention policy effectiveness
Dale Weston PHE Theme Co-Lead Behavioural and economic drivers of disease transmission and intervention policy effectiveness
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