Elizabeth Thurgar

Elizabeth has worked as a Health Economist since 2008 and has extensive experience in leading projects and project teams in the development of high-quality health economic deliverables across a range of disease areas. Elizabeth has experience designing and critiquing economic models and developing clear and transparent supporting documentation. Alongside economic modelling, Elizabeth enjoys working with clients on advisory boards, developing manuscripts, and providing client training sessions in Health Economics.

As well as prior experience as a Health Economist in a consulting environment (~10 years), Elizabeth has worked at the BMJ technology assessment group (BMJ-TAG) leading the health economic review of manufacturer submissions for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) single technology appraisals in ovarian cancer and venous thromboembolism, and leading the development of the health economics for a NICE multiple technology appraisal in ovarian cancer.

Elizabeth has an MSc in Health Economics from City, University of London, an MSc Economics from the University of Melbourne and a BSc Economics from the University of Nottingham.