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Members of Committee B Committee on Technology Assessment Committee on Technology Assessment Meetings Participation She studied business administration, medical science and ecology and is a counsellor for diabetics at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. Further tasks are voluntary clinic researcher in the MRC Department of Public Health, Institute of Metabolic Sciences, Cambridge and research assistant, Oxford University. Former positions: Epidemiological Clinician, UK Prospective Diabetic Studies, Adviser, UK National Screening Committee and Ph. D., University of Washington, Seattle.

In 1985 Ray Armstrong was named rheumatologist at the Southampton University Hospital NHS Trust and has been lead clinical director in this field since 1998. From 2001 to 2011 he worked for the National Library for Health and then NHS evidence as Clinical Lead for the Musculoskeletal and Trauma & Orthopaedics Specialist Collections.

Mr. Becker was an elective member of the UK Council for Health Informatics Professions and was also a member of the Council and the Education & Training Committee of the British Society for Rheumatology. Cairns graduated in economics from Aberdeen University and York University. Currently he is Professor of Health Economics in the Public Health and Policy Division of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Currently, he leads the healthcare economists group, where he is in charge of Medtronic's healthcare economy-related strategy, regulatory filing, and related trial designs for quantifying costs and efficacy. Before coming to Medtronic, he completed training as a clinician physiologist and worked for 11 years in NHS third level heart management, with a special interest in advanced heart equipment.

He is a former member of the Leeds University's EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing of Medical Devices. As a Med Tech Policy Advisor to the UK Government's Office for Life Science, Department of Business, he has supported the work of the UK Life Sciences Strategy.

He has a einen MSc ("hons") in Applied Biological Sciences und ein Post Graduate Diploma in Health Economics. Mr. Bennett earned his M. B. from Keele University, School of Public Policy. Previously he worked as a chemist at Medway CCG, as a lecturer at the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) at Manchester University and as a pharmacy consultant at NHS 111.

He has a Master in Pharmacy and is currently working on his Master in Health Economics and Policy. She is Principle Fellow and Director of Postgraduate Programs at the Faculty of Health Sciences at Southampton University. Susan's education as a certified nursing staff member is in intensive medical practice and her research and education reflect this.

He was educated in preclinical Pharmacology and Medical Clinic at Gonville and Caius College in Cambridge. A pharmacologist and general practitioner at the University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. He is clinically and research-oriented in the field of high blood pressure. Mr. Richard initially majored in physics before taking an undergraduate course in Allied Health Sciences and a Ph. D. in Diagnostic Radiography (Salford).

For the Egyptian study of the Bioarchaeological Group of the University of Manchester Richard has made pictures available. She is a PR advisor to the Belfast Office of the Belfast Office of Civil Liberties. After a time in the Bundeswehr, Christopher trained in the field of patient care and lived 25 years in Critical Care Nursery after completing an MA in Evidence based healthcare at Oxford.

Mr. Becker leads a group whose main responsibilities are the development of technology appraisal submission for NICE, SMC and AWMSG. He has been involved in business assessment for over 15 years and currently leads TEEHTA's work program to support the NICE Technology Appraisal processes and is a leading member of the NICE Decision Support Unit.

His particular interest is the application of decision-analytical modeling and the syntheses of evidences for technological impact assessments. Sanjeev's medical tasks are in the fields of emergency care and orthopaedics with a particular interest in bony illness. He graduated with a Ph. D. in natural sciences before he left Bristol University to work in the business community.

Part of this, she became a member of the NICE Osteoporosis Guideline Development Group as a layperson and also designed the charity advisory answers to NICE Technology Appraisals. Now she works for the NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre as Assistant Director for the Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Program, which finances NHS clinic research.

As a scientific researcher in a drug study, she has a great interest in the participation of patients and the population. Mr. Stephen is a graduate clinician working at the University of Cambridge and the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute. He is a clinically trained pharmacology and dermatology specialist with Addenbrookes in Cambridge.

After completing a Bachelor of Science in Immunogenomics and a Doctorate in Immunogenomics from Edinburgh, he studied medicine at Cambridge, an early stage clinic education with Addenbrookes and then MPhil from the Cambridge Institute of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Mr. B. H. continued to follow an Academic Phase III clinic careers focusing on the application of bioinformatic methods in oncology.

Has a continuing interest in applying computer modelling and mechanized study technologies to records of human well-being, as well as public and private sectors, and includes public and private sector research. She was a research associate at the Department of Public and Private Sciences (also University of York). She specializes in the field of public and private sector education.

Their methodical research comprises among others policy formulation, evaluation of evidences, evaluation of experts and value of further research. Mr Stein studied at Bristol University and completed training as a general practicioner in Australia and Hampshire before specializing in healthcare in Southampton, most recently as Deputy Director of the National Coordinating Centre for HTA.

In 1991 he was a Senior Associate Professor in the North and East Devonian Health Authority, then Director of the North and East Devon Primary Care Trust, in combination with a part-time position at the University of Exeter. He has been a full-time scientific doctor at Peninsula Medical School in Exeter since 2003 and leads a multi-disciplinary research group working on the NHS research program and a number of methodical and other research programs in this area.

He is interested in the use of QOL in healthcare technologies assessments, the syntheses of quantitative research, the use of modelling to assist NHS design and manageability, and the case detection of HC cases in first line healthcare. He has a Bachelor of Science in Maths from Sheffield University, an Master of Science in Statistical Sciences from University College London and a Doctorate in Mathmath.

Currently she is Professor of Statistical and Public Policy Modelling at the Institute of Public Policy at the University of Bristol. She heads the Multi-Parameter evidence syntheses research group, is director of the Short Course Program and deputy head of the Clinical Guidelines Technical Support Unit. Their research interests include: methodologies for the syntheses of Evidence in the evaluation of healthcare technologies, networking meta-analysis, extrapolation of survivorscapes, bias matching in the syntheses of evidences, use of evidences in economical modelling, and value of information theories.

Now he is the owner and manager of an information technologies company. He studied at Oxford University and worked in various health professions in Oxford, Birmingham and London before coming back to Oxford to study radiation. Previously, he was Chief of Education, Divisional Radiological Officer, RCR Representative and Trust Manager for Auditing and Amelioration.

Stuart was one of the first cohorts of scholarship holders of this program between 2010 and 2013 and was then a member of the Policy Group on the Detection and Transfer of Suspicion of Cancer 12.

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