Lazaros Andronis


Willingness to take PhD students


PhD projects

Lazaros Andronis’s research interest is centred around the economic evaluation of health care interventions and programmes. This includes trial-based cost-effectiveness and cost-utility analyses, as well as decision analytic techniques involving Markov models and decision trees.

In parallel, Lazaros is interested in the economics of research. He is currently looking into the way research-funding decisions are made by major public and charitable organisation and the potential of model-based, analytic approaches (such as the ‘value of information’ and ‘cost-benefit (or payback) of research’) to inform the allocation of the available funds to competing research programmes.