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Matthew is a Research Fellow in Health Economics at CRD, working on both the economic and clinical aspects of Health Technology Assessment projects commissioned by the National Institute for Health Research for NICE. His research interests include the role of observational data in evidence synthesis and decision-making, and widening the application of health economic principals in the NHS to optimise resource allocation and equity of outcomes.
Prior to this, Matt completed a two-year NIHR Research Methods Training Fellowship in Systematic Review for HTA and completed an MSc in Applied Health Research. Before joining CRD, Matt studied Biology at York, and spent a year in laboratory proficiency testing at The Food and Environment Research Agency.