Graduate Research Assistant in Health Economics
South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK
Fraizer initially studied medical sciences at Exeter, during which he developed an interest in health economics and health technology assessment. As a result, upon his graduation, he remained at the university as a graduate research assistant with PenTAG. Within this role, Fraizer will be working as part of a team tasked with appraising the clinical and cost effectiveness of technologies in order to inform national decision making for the National Institute for Health Care Excellence (NICE).
Primary activities are in health economics and health technology assessment. This includes appraisal of the evidence for proposed medical technologies in order to inform national decision making for service provision.
- NICE STA: Ponesimod for treating relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis
- Working on a large NIHR grant to critically appraise school-based interventions for the prevention of gender-based and dating violence
- NICE HST: Givosiran for treating acute hepatic porphyria
- NICE STA: Imlifidase for preventing kidney transplant rejection in people with chronic kidney disease