Harry is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Health Economics & Policy Innovation (CHEPI). His current research focuses on the evaluation of interventions in preventing Childhood Obesity. He is now working on the Science & Technology in Childhood obesity Policy (STOP) project to evaluate the effectiveness of several industry-led pilot projects.
The other research he is involved with at CHEPI is to assess the effects of food reformulation at consumers' behaviour using large-scale observational data and predict the healthcare expenditure from a worldwide perspective using machine learning techniques.
Harry will be awarded the PhD from the University of Bath, where he focused on investigating the determinants of China's stock price volatility and predicting the stock price volatility using Econometric models and Machine Learning techniques.