Jason Madan, MA MSc PhD
Appointment: Assistant Professor in Health Economics at Warwick Medical School
Areas of interest: Health economics in low and middle income countries, economic evaluations alongside clinical trials, cost-effectiveness modelling and Bayesian methods in Health Technology Assessment.
Background: Studied maths and economics at Trinity College, Cambridge, Health Economics at the University of York, and Operational Research with Statistics at Salford University. Has worked as an academic health economist and Bayesian methods researcher at the Universities of Aberdeen, Sheffield and Bristol , applying these research methods to clinical areas such as IT-based smoking cessation aids, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer screening, and tuberculosis. Currently health economics lead on several national and international research projects in areas such as digital communication between patients and young people with long-term conditions, transition between child and adult mental health services, and shortened regimens for drug-resistant tuberculosis.