My research activities cover a wide range of applied and theoretical topics in health economics, outcomes research, and health policy. In economic evaluation, I am specifically interested in developing advanced cohort/micro simulation models for cost-effectiveness or comparative effectiveness of health policies or technologies, Bayesian methods for evidence synthesis, model calibration, and value of information analysis.

For epidemiology, I am interested in deploying advanced statistical methods of longitudinal analyses, prospective, or retrospective studies including multi-level (hierarchical) modeling, age-period-cohort analysis, non- or semi-parametric modeling, and Bayesian analysis to address burning epidemiological questions.

For a more specific list of my current and past research projects please refer to my publication page.