Tristan Snowsill

Tristan Snowsill

Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics

Health Economics Group, University of Exeter Medical School

Biography

I am a health economist at the Health Economics Group at the University of Exeter Medical School. My research interests are economic evaluation (particularly model-based economic evaluation) and methodological developments in health economic modelling.

Interests

  • Economic evaluation
  • Health economic modelling methodology
  • Diagnostic tests

Education

  • PhD in Engineering Mathematics, 2012

    University of Bristol

  • MEng in Engineering Mathematics, 2008

    University of Bristol

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics

Health Economics Group, University of Exeter Medical School

Feb 2020 – Present Exeter
 
 
 
 
 

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Health Economics

Health Economics Group, University of Exeter Medical School

Oct 2017 – Jan 2020 Exeter
 
 
 
 
 

Deputy Director and Research Fellow in Health Economic Modelling

Peninsula Technology Assessment Group (PenTAG), University of Exeter Medical School

Feb 2016 – Oct 2017 Exeter
 
 
 
 
 

Research Fellow in Health Economic Modelling

Peninsula Technology Assessment Group (PenTAG), University of Exeter Medical School

Dec 2013 – Jan 2016 Exeter
 
 
 
 
 

Associate Research Fellow in Health Economic Modelling

Peninsula Technology Assessment Group (PenTAG), University of Exeter Medical School

Aug 2011 – Nov 2013 Exeter

Recent Posts

Reading list

Academic Future Directions for Cost-effectiveness Analyses in Health and Medicine - Peter J. Neumann, David D. Kim, Thomas A. Trikalinos, Mark J. Sculpher, Joshua A. Salomon, Lisa A. Prosser, Douglas K.

What could 50,000 voters achieve?

UK coronavirus death toll passes 50,000, official figures show#COVIDー19https://t.co/53S2cNaxbd — Tristan Snowsill #BlackLivesMatter (@TMSnowsill) June 2, 2020 Another example which might galvanise politicians... 50,000 tactical voters, precisely placed, could reduce the number of Conservative MPs from 365 (majority 80) to 313 (hung parliament).

Wait, I can blog in R?

This feels pretty powerful.

People are nice

I'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who got in touch with messages of support yesterday on Twitter and elsewhere. You are all amazing and so caring and exactly the sorts of people I want to have as friends and colleagues.

Projects

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A Trial of physical Activity assisted Reduction of Smoking (TARS)

A multi-centred, parallel, two group, randomised controlled clinical trial, with internal pilot

Advances in health economic modelling

Methodological developments including the moment-generating function method.

REACT

REtirement in ACTion: a community-based physical activity intervention to prevent mobility-related disability for retired older people.

Recent Publications

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Handsearching had best recall but poor efficiency when exporting to a bibliographic tool: case study

Objectives: The objective of this study was to compare the effectiveness and efficiency of methods used to identify and export …

Cost-effectiveness of the Manchester approach to identifying Lynch syndrome in women with endometrial cancer

Lynch syndrome (LS) is a hereditary cancer syndrome responsible for 3% of all endometrial cancer and 5% in those aged under 70 years. …

The Tribulations of Trials: Lessons Learnt Recruiting 777 Older Adults Into REtirement in ACTion (REACT), a Trial of a Community, Group-Based Active Aging Intervention Targeting Mobility Disability

Challenges of recruitment to randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and successful strategies to overcome them should be clearly reported …

The predicted impact and cost-effectiveness of systematic testing of people with incident colorectal cancer for Lynch syndrome

Objectives: To evaluate the health impact and cost-effectiveness of systematic testing for Lynch syndrome (LS) in people with incident …

The Manchester International Consensus Group recommendations for the management of gynecological cancers in Lynch syndrome

Purpose: There are no internationally agreed upon clinical guidelines as to which women with gynecological cancer would benefit from …

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