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Dr Manuel Gomes
Room 109
1-19 Torrington Place
London
WC1E 7HB
Appointment
  • Senior Lecturer in Health Economics
  • Applied Health Research
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

I'm a Senior Lecturer in Health Economics at the Department of Applied Health Research, UCL. I have a MSc in Economics from University of Porto (Portugal), MSc in Health Economics from University of York, and PhD in Health Economics from University of London (LSHTM). Before joining UCL, I was an Assistant Professor at the Health Economics, Policy and Technology Assessment group at LSHTM (London). I have previously been Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Health Economics, University of York, and at the Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard University.

Research Summary

My main research interests are in the development, assessment and translation of statistical methodology in health economics. I have recently completed a MRC Early Career Fellowship on developing appropriate methods for addressing missing data in health economic evaluation, particularly, when data are hierarchical, non-randomised and missing not at random. My current interests includes statistical approaches for handling time-varying confounding for estimating treatment effects in health economic studies that use observational data, in particular, routinely collected data. Other interests include economic evaluations alongside clinical trials and large observational studies, with particular emphasis in cardiovascular diseases, cancer and mental health.

 

I would be interested in supervising PhD students in the following areas:

- Health economic evaluations using either clinical trials or observational data.

- health econometric evaluation of health interventions

- statistical/econometric methods for handling confounding and/or missing data in health economics

- identification and estimation of causal effects for health and health services research using electronic health records and administrative data

- evaluation of health interventions for the management of long-term/chronic conditions

Teaching Summary

Current teaching 

- Econometrics for Health (2017- ), MSc in Health Economics, UCL

- Statistical methods in Health Care Economic Evaluation (2016 - ), MSc in International Health Policy, LSE

- Economic Evaluation (2010 - ), MSc in Public Health, LSHTM

 

Previous teaching

 - Health Economics (2016 - ), Executive Masters in Health Economics, Policy and Management, LSE

 - Introduction to Health Economics (2009 - 2016), MSc in Public Health, LSHTM.

 - Health Care Evaluation (2015 - 2017), MSc in Public Health, LSHTM

 - Proposal development (2016), MSc in Public Health, LSHTM

Appointments
2017 Senior Lecturer   UCL, United Kingdom
2013 – 2017 Lecturer   LSHTM, United Kingdom
2012 – 2013 Research Fellow   LSHTM, United Kingdom
2011 – 2012 Research Associate   LSHTM, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2017 AFHEA ATQ02 - Recognised by the HEA as an Associate Fellow – Teaching and Learning in Higher Education University of London
2012 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Health Economics University of London
2009 MSc Master of Science – Health Economics University of York
2008 MSc Master of Science – Economics Universidade do Porto
2004 BSc Bachelor of Science – Economics Universidade de Aveiro
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