Neil has three years’ experience in market access as a health economist. He has worked across a range of disease areas which warrant different technical approaches, including oncology, endocrinology, and pain and neurological disorders. Neil is experienced in the development of economic models from the early disease modelling stage through to models which ease the communication of complex data to payer and policymakers. Techniques that Neil has used to develop these skills include Markov modelling, partitioned survival modelling, and discrete choice experiments.
Neil has an honours BSc in Economics from the University of Lancaster and an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York.