Chris Sampson, Health Economist

Chris has been working as a health economist at the University since 2010; first with the CLAHRC and the Institute of Mental Health and now with the School of Medicine. His research experience lies in the conduct of economic evaluations alongside clinical trials, and has worked and published on trials in a variety of clinical areas including stroke rehabilitation, depression, orthotics, ADHD and diabetic eye screening.

In addition to clinical research he maintains a broad interest in various disciplines such as microeconomics, operations research and medical ethics.