Sebastian Hinde
Research Fellow

Profile

Biography

Sebastian Hinde is a Research Fellow in the Team for Economic Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment (TEEHTA) in the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York. He joined TEEHTA in October 2010 after previously completing a BSc in Economics and an MSc in Health Economics both from the University of York.

Sebastian has worked on economic evaluations of health technologies in a range of disease areas including epilepsy and lung cancer. He has also contributed to technology appraisals for the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). Recent methodological research has focussed on methods for the estimation of the NICE cost-effectiveness threshold. His other research interests include methods of calibration of natural history models to observed incidence and prevalence data. In addition to research activities he is currently creating a suite of animated videos aimed at introducing the core concepts of health economics (http://www.york.ac.uk/che/che-animation/).

Sebastian’s MSc dissertation was in the cost of physical activity related injuries, supervised at the York Health Economics Consortium. In 2009 he was enrolled in the Department of Health’s internship program.

 

Research

Projects

  • The use of animated videos as a novel form of dissemination, details and videos available at http://www.york.ac.uk/che/che-animation/
  • A cost-consequence analysis of children’s community nursing teams (TraCCS)
  • The use of methods of model calibrations to estimate the natural history of lung cancer

Past projects

  • Methods for estimation of the NICE cost-effectiveness threshold
  • Department of Health responsive programme: Cost-effectiveness of early awareness programmes for the diagnosis of lung cancer
  • The methods challenges associated with the estimation of the cost effectiveness of genomic tests
  • NICE STA: Fingolimod for the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (http://guidance.nice.org.uk/TA/Wave20/71)
  • The clinical and cost-effectiveness of technologies used to visualise the seizure focus in people with refractory epilepsy being considered for surgery: a systematic review and decision analytical model

Research group(s)

Staff Photo for Sebastian Hinde

Contact details

Sebastian Hinde
Research Fellow
Centre for Health Economics