Richard Abbasi is a PhD student in Health Economics at the University of Basel as of April 2021, under the supervision of Prof. Stefan Felder.
Marina Antillon is a Senior Scientific Collaborator. She leads analyses in economic evaluations and disease modeling of strategies against human African trypanosomiasis (gambiense), Salmonella typhi, and tuberculosis. Thematically, she's interested in decision analysis under uncertainty. She holds a degree in environmental studies with a minor in statistics from the University of Chicago and a degree in epidemiology from Yale University.
Michaela Barbier, PhD, is a Senior Scientist in Health Economics and Modeling at ECPM, with a background in biostatistics. Her main interests are in the field of health economic evaluations, value in health care, health services research, and real-world data analyses.
Jana Bartakova, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Nursing Science (INS), University of Basel, with a degree in Systematic Integration Processes in Health Services and a PhD in Health economics. Her research experiences include health economic evaluations in implementation science and alongside clinical trials, healthcare labor market analyses, HTA, quality of life research and health economic modelling.
Arjun Bhadhuri holds a PhD from the University of Birmingham, UK. Previously he studied economics at the University College London, UK and health economics at University of York, UK. In 2017 Arjun joined the University of Sheffield as a research associate in health economics. In 2018 he joined ECPM at the University of Basel, Switzerland where he is involved in undertaking economic evaluations, systematic reviews and quality of life research.
Sascha Brunner is a PhD student in Health Economics at the University of Basel as of March 2021, under the supervision of Prof. Stefan Felder.
Katya Galactionova, PhD, is a Senior Research Scientist at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Medicine (ECPM), University of Basel. Her research interests are in health economic evaluation and modeling, impact evaluation, and health services research.
Patrik Gasser is a Student Research Assistant in the department of Health Economics.
Mark Lambiris is Post-doctoral Fellow in child development and health economics. His interests include measuring the long-term benefits of early-life human capital improvements; quantitative methods and causal identification strategies; and health economic evaluations in implementation research (e.g. cost effectiveness and malaria). He holds a Bachelor in Psychology (Surrey), a Masters in Economics (LSE) and PhD in Economics (University of Lausanne).
Judith Lupatsch, PhD, is a Senior Research Scientist and Lecturer at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Medicine. Her research interests focus on health economics, HTA, epidemiology and health service research, especially modelling aspects.
Niklaus Meier is a PhD student in Public Health and Epidemiology at the University of Basel as of January 2021, under the supervision of Prof. Thomas Szucs. He specializes in health technology assessment and cost-effectiveness analysis for pharmaceuticals.
Stefan Mitterer is a health economist and PhD student in Nursing Science at the University of Basel as of March 2019, under the supervision of Prof. Michael Simon and Prof. Günther Fink.
Paola Salari, PhD, is a Senior Research Scientist with experience in health economics and policy, economic evaluations, statistical analyses, and health systems of high- and low-income countries.
Nadine Schur is a Senior Research Scientist at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Medicine (ECPM), University of Basel, with a Degree in Biomathematics and a PhD in epidemiology. Her research interests are real-world database analyses, health economic evaluations and decision-analytic modelling.
Dominik Schwarzkopf is a PhD student in Health and Development Economics at the University of Basel as of November 2021, under the supervision of Prof. Günther Fink and Prof. Stefan Felder.
Dilek Sevim is a PhD student in Health Economics at the University of Basel as of December 2019, under the supervision of Prof. Stefan Felder.
Sandro Stoffel, PhD, is a Senior Research Scientist with experience in behavioural health economics, medical decision making, health psychology and survey methodology.
Fabrizio Tediosi is Group leader for Health Policy and System research in the Household Economics and Health Systems Research Unit at the Swiss TPH as well as Titular Professor at the Faculty of Science of the University of Basel. His main interests lie in the fields of health economic evaluations, health financing and management, global health policy, health policy analysis and evaluation.