University of York Centre for Health Economics
Paul is a Research Fellow for the Team for Economic Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment (TEEHTA) in the Centre for Health Economics. He returned to TEEHTA in May 2011, having spent two years at the Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin. He has previously worked as an economist for the Ministry of Health in Malawi, through the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Fellowship programme.
Paul’s research interests revolve around the application of economic evaluation in low income countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. He works on the ARROW and Lab-Lite research projects which evaluate different approaches to HIV treatment delivery for adults and children in Africa. This is a collaboration with the Medical Research Council (MRC) Clinical Trials Unit and partner institutions in Malawi (Dignitas International), Zimbabwe (University of Zimbabwe) and Uganda (MRC UVRI, and the Joint Clinical Research Centre).