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Paul is a Senior Research Fellow for the Team for Economic Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment (TEEHTA) and is the Theme Lead in Global Health Economic Evaluation. He was previously an economist at the Ministry of Health, Malawi, and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Global Health and Health Policy Management at Trinity College Dublin.
Paul’s research interests revolve around the development of methods and applied economic evaluation to inform resource allocation decisions within healthcare sectors of low- and middle-income countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and related to HIV. The underlying aim of his work is to ensure that resources committed to healthcare are spent in ways likely to lead to greatest improvements in population health and wellbeing, recognising the complexities of real world healthcare systems.
Paul is a key partner in the HIV Modelling Consortium, a network of modellers and health economists that supports scientific decision-making on resource allocation in HIV. He collaborates closely with the HIV Epidemiology and Biostatistics Group at University College London and has an affiliated position with the Medical Research Council (MRC) Clinical Trials Unit (CTU).
In addition to his research activities, Paul supports the ODI Fellowship Scheme, a scheme that enables junior economists and statisticians to work as civil servants within ministries of health and other government departments in low and middle income countries, particularly through coordinating placements in Malawi and Zambia.