I obtained my PhD in Health Economics and Decision Science at the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, in 2016, where I focused on predicting future health technology diffusion and its incorporation in health economic modelling methods, including Value of Information. At the University of Sheffield, I worked with the NICE Decision Support Unit on several projects: one of them using Value of Information methods for the assessment of managed entry agreements.
My main research interest is in methods for dealing with uncertainty and risk in health economic evaluation; and implications for health technology reimbursement decision-making. This entails methods for identifying uncertainty, analysing uncertainty and its impact on model outcomes, assessing risk and communicating risk – all to ultimately facilitate risk management. Risk can be expressed in terms of Value of Information and I have developed a keen interest in its use in decision-making, further development and communication.