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HERC Newsletter - Issue 24 OUT NOW!

HERC Newsletter - Issue 24 OUT NOW!

The August 2018 edition of the HERC newsletter is now available (click image to download)

HERC Newsletter - Issue 23 OUT NOW!

HERC Newsletter - Issue 23 OUT NOW!

The May 2018 edition of the HERC newsletter is now available (click image to download)

NEW: HERC database of health economics and genomics studies

NEW: HERC database of health economics and genomics studies

The HERC database of health economics and genomics studies version 1.0 is now available.

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: Resource Allocation in Personalised Medicine: Evaluation, Translation & Ethics

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: Resource Allocation in Personalised Medicine: Evaluation, Translation & Ethics

HERC will be co-hosting a conference with the Centre for Personalised Medicine and the Ethox Centre, University of Oxford on the 19th June 2018.

Two new vacancies at HERC

Two new vacancies at HERC

We currently have 2 vacancies for a Researcher in Health Economics and a Senior Researcher in Health Economics. The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 31 May 2018.

HERC Newsletter - Issue 22 OUT NOW!

HERC Newsletter - Issue 22 OUT NOW!

The February 2018 edition of the HERC newsletter is now available (click image to download)

HERC Newsletter - Issue 21 OUT NOW!

HERC Newsletter - Issue 21 OUT NOW!

The November 2017 edition of the HERC newsletter is now available (click image to download)

Chronic kidney disease policy model

Chronic kidney disease policy model

Department General Research

Project team: Iryna Schlackow, Seamus Kent, Alastair Gray, Boby Mihaylova

NEW: DPhil Opportunities

NEW: DPhil Opportunities

How do pay rises affect inequality?

How do pay rises affect inequality?

Department General Research

It is no surprise that inequality increases when the incomes of the very richest go up, and decreases when the incomes of the very poorest go up, but what effect do pay rises for people on middle incomes have on inequality?