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I joined PenCLAHRC in 2012 to work on cost-effectiveness analyses on behalf of the then Peninsula Health Technology Assessment group. I have since diversified into Operational Research and Data Science, and am currently exploring creation of synthetic data for machine learning algorithms. I have previously worked as an NHS clinician and in the Pharmaceutical Industry. I am also interested in the cost-effectiveness of service delivery pathway changes, and will be exploring these avenues in the upcoming ERICA trial, with Professors Willie Hamilton, Anne Spencer and Martin Pitt.
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University of Exeter
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Health Technology Assessment
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