PhD Projects

PhD Projects

Our PhD Projects focus on applying broader measures of value in the economic evaluation of health technologies and are undertaken in collaboration with the Preference and ValuE (PAVE) theme.

Current Projects

Methods for the economic evaluation of artificial intelligence algorithms in breast cancer diagnosis
PhD student: Charlotte Kennedy
Supervisors: Graham Scotland (HERU), Professor Lesley Anderson (Aberdeen Centre for Health Data Science, University of Aberdeen), and Dr Gerald Lip (NHS Grampian)

Recently Completed PhD Projects

Incorporating preference heterogeneity in economic evaluation: informing "realistic medicine"
(cross theme PhD with Preference And ValuE)
PhD student: Divya Mohan
Supervisors: Graham Scotland (HERU), Sebastian Heidenreich
Using existing data to incorporate broader measures of benefit in economic evaluation
(cross theme PhD with Preference And ValuE)
PhD student: Emma Tassie
Supervisors: Verity WatsonGraham Scotland (HERU) and Stirling Bryan (University of British Columbia)