Research Methods Fellow (Health Economics)
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Tray has been awarded a two-year fellowship to develop a decision model for treatments for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), under the supervision of Dr Ed Wilson and within the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR), which will be used to predict the life-time cost-effectiveness of various novel treatments for SLE under development in Cambridge. He is also undertaking an MSc in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare at City, University of London.
He holds an MSc Econ in International Relations from Cardiff University and a BSc in Sociology and Economics from the University of Central Oklahoma. Prior to beginning the Fellowship he worked in project support for RAND Europe, an independent research institute, and as a manager for the Earthquake Commission in New Zealand, which was leading the rebuild of Christchurch after a series of earthquakes.
- Using modelling to determine the cost effectiveness of treatments
- Economic evaluation beside clinical trials