Patrick started his DPhil at the Health Economics Research Centre group at Nuffield Department of Population Health in October 2017. His research focuses on the cost-effectiveness of genomic sequencing technologies applied in the field of rare diseases using data from the 100,000 Genomes Project and linked NHS hospital episode statistics data.
Patrick graduated with a BSc in European Public Health from the University of Maastricht in 2014 and received a double MSc in Public Policy and Human Development with a specialisation in Social Protection Financing from the University of Maastricht & the United Nations University in 2016.
Linking genomic and clinical data in health economic evaluations: identifying challenges and exploring potential solutions
Dr Sarah Wordsworth, Dr James Buchanan
A review of health economic studies comparing traditional and massively parallel sequencing diagnostic pathways for suspected genetic disorders
Fahr P. et al, (2019), PharmacoEconomics
A Review of the Challenges of Using Biomedical Big Data for Economic Evaluations of Precision Medicine
Fahr P. et al, (2019), Applied Health Economics and Health Policy