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Martin Njoroge is a health systems researcher with a background in statistics and health economics. At CRD, he is a Research Fellow in Health economics working primarily on health technology assessment projects commissioned by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) for NICE. His research interests include health equity, health economic evaluation and health systems research in resource constrained settings.
Before joining CRD, Martin was jointly based at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the Malawi-Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme for his PhD work on the societal burden of airflow obstruction and the potential impact of interventions amongst adults in Malawi. Martin’s MRes in Global Health, undertaken at Lancaster University, and PhD fellowship were funded by NIHR. Prior to this, Martin worked at the KEMRI–Wellcome Trust Research Programme, where his research work involved evaluating the impact of e-health interventions in the promotion of health equity and governance in the Kenyan health system and developing a unit cost database for tuberculosis interventions in Kenya.