Dr Hangjian Wu
Hangjian Wu joined HERU as a Research Fellow in September 2021. Prior to HERU, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin. He holds a PhD degree in Economics at the University of Southampton. His main research interests lie in valuing health and environmental products/services using stated preference methods (especially discrete choice experiments). Some of his recent studies focus on decision-making under uncertainty using discrete choice experiments. He is currently working on the GRIP project, which attempts to assess the cost-effectiveness of different glaucoma monitoring pathways and treatments in the UK, as well as elicit patients' preferences for different monitoring schemes using discrete choice experiments.
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