Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics · USC School of Pharmacy
William Padula is an expert in health economics, cost-effectiveness analysis, health services research, and quality improvement.
Associate Professor of Economics & Adjunct Appointment, Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest School of Medicine · Wake Forest University
Dalton’s research focuses on health economics, health care markets, public and private insurance, and the economics of public health policy.
Expert Lead, Cancer Economics · Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Claire de Oliveira's main areas of research include measurement of the economic burden and the assessment of value for money in cancer care
Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics & Quintiles Chair in Pharmaceutical Development and Regulatory Innovation · USC School of Pharmacy
Darius Lakdawalla is a widely published, award-winning researcher and a leading authority in both health economics and health policy.
Professor | Li Ka Shing Professor of Economics | Professor, School of Public Health | Scientific Director, Center for Effective Global Action · University of California, Berkeley
Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics · USC School of Pharmacy
Grant Lawless focuses on the intersection of health economics, applied health policy, insurance design, and competitive business.
Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics · USC School of Pharmacy
Joel Hay's research focuses on pharmacoeconomics, outcomes research, pharmaceutical care, health economics and econometrics.
Associate Professor of Medicine, Section Chief for Research, Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology · UNC at Chapel Hill
Dr. Jonas’ research interests include comparative effectiveness, evidence synthesis, prevention, unhealthy alcohol use, and health economics
Professor of Social Policy · Department of Social Policy, London School of Economics
Professor Knapp's research focuses on dementia, mental health, autism, long-term social care, and often incorporates economic perspectives