George is a PhD student affiliated with the Team for Economic Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment and supervised by Marta Soares, Beth Woods and Stephen Palmer. His doctoral research focuses on the development of statistical methods for the ‘sharing of information’ and ‘borrowing strength’ to assist Health Technology Assessments. His interests include Bayesian evidence synthesis for economic evaluation, Indirect and Mixed Treatments Comparisons, and econometric methods to model non-linear data.
George holds a Master of Pharmacy from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), and an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York. As part of his MSc placement, he completed a project entitled “Flexible parametric maximum-likelihood estimation methods to model continuous diagnostic markers in decision analytic frameworks: a case study on Gestational Diabetes Mellitus”.
In the past, George has worked as clinical hospital pharmacist in Greece and as community pharmacist for the ‘Doctors of the World’.