Dr Dan Howdon
I am a Senior Research Fellow in the Academic Unit of Health Economics within Leeds Institute of Health Sciences. I joined AUHE in May 2018 after two years as a Postdoc in Health Economics at the University of Groningen. Prior to this, I held various teaching and research fellow positions at University College London and the University of York.
I am also an honorary researcher with Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, and an Honorary Fellow of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Oxford.
- Lead, Applied Health Econometrics Group
I am currently involved with several externally funded projects, including:
- ALABAMA: investigating the effect of penicillin allergy status on antibiotic prescribing, patient outcomes, and antimicrobial resistance
- ATLANTIS: evaluation of the use of low-dose amitriptyline for people with irritable bowel syndrome.
- LP-MAESTRO: evaluation of the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of particular configurations of liaison psychiatry service for specified target populations.
- MoVE: investigating relationships between volunteering and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
I am also involved in a number of other research projects, including examining the prediction of prognosis in advanced incurable cancer using EQ-5D components, the impact of unmodelled heterogeneity in economic evaluation, and the relevance of the degree of budgetary impact in determining relevant decision rules in economic evaluation.
- PhD Economics -- University of York (2014)
- MSc Health Economics -- University of York (2010)
- BA Economics & Politics -- Durham University (2008)
I teach undergraduate sessions in health economics & am available for PhD supervision.
Research groups and institutes
- Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
- Applied Health Econometrics Group
- Health economics
- Academic Unit of Health Economics