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Shainur Premji
Research Fellow



Shainur is a Research Fellow with the Team for Economic Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment (TEEHTA). Shainur holds a B.A. in International Relations, B.A. Honours in Economics, an M.Sc. in Health Research Methods, and Ph.D. in Health Economics.


Shainur has over 15 years of progressive experience in program evaluation, health research, and health economics, and has worked in various academic, private, and public health settings. Shainur thrives in situations that require innovative, applied system-level thinking and complex research designs using a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods, including patient-level data applications for evidence-informed, applied decision-making.

Departmental roles

Within the Centre for Health Economics, Shainur is also engaged in the following academic citizenship roles:

  • Co-Chair, Cultural, Social, and Well-being Group.
  • Co-Organiser, monthly TEEHTA Economic Evaluation Seminars.
  • Lead, practical exercise component, Advanced Methods in Cost-Effectiveness Analysis annual short course.



  • Identifying, measuring, and valuing the intergenerational spillover effects associated with screening for postpartum depression.
  • Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of public and population health interventions in different subgroups of the population.
  • Participating in health technology appraisals for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
  • Identifying, measuring, and valuing wider societal impacts beyond health.
  • Identifying local authority priorities for research related to climate change adaptation and mitigation activities.
  • Identifying new cost and resource utilisation resources to integrate into the annual Unit Costs of Health and Social Care Manual.

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Shainur Premji
Research Fellow
Centre for Health Economics