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Dr Ed Wilson

Senior Lecturer in Health Economics

Health Economics; Efficient research design, economic evaluation of health care interventions

After training in economics and then health economics at the University of York, Dr Ed Wilson worked for the York Health Economics Consortium, providing advice and health economic analyses to the NHS and pharmaceutical companies. In 2003, after a period working for the pharmaceutical industry, he joined UEA as a research associate, then lecturer in the Health Economics Group during which time he undertook a PhD focusing on efficient research design.  In 2013 he joined the University of Cambridge as a Senior Research Associate, leading a group of researchers conducting economic evaluations, studies on efficient research design and other economic analyses.

In November 2018 Dr Wilson rejoined UEA as Senior Lecturer in Health Economics and is a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge. He currently leads the health economics group at UEA.