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PhD Student (Affiliate)
Theme C: Improving the care and management of people with STIs and BBVs
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Jack is a Health Economist at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, based in the Department of Health Services Research and Policy. He is involved in modelling the impact and cost-effectiveness of case finding interventions for hepatitis B and C in different populations and settings in the UK.
Jack’s PhD research will focus on understanding how hepatitis B and C testing can be provided to reach wider population groups, particularly those that might not present with obvious risk factors associated with hepatitis infection. Jack’s research will also consider the methods used for economic evaluations of case finding interventions, in particular focusing on the methods used to construct a control arm, to capture the outcomes for individuals not receiving testing.