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Management

Christopher Gerry

Director of CHEMP and Professor of Health Economics
PhD Economics



Biography: 
Professor Gerry joined HSE in September 2014, after 12 years at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, where he was Associate Professor in Health Economics and Deputy Director of the School. Professor Gerry’s research focuses on health and well-being in the Post-Communist world, a field in which he has produced important publications in some of the leading international outlets. He is currently working on projects relating to smoking, cardiovascular disease and self-assessed health.

Paul Kind

International Lead Researcher, CHEMP
PhD, Professor of Health Outcome Measurement, University of Leeds 

Biography: Professor Kind has more than 3 decades of accumulated experience in the development and application of methods designed to measure health status in both clinical and economic evaluation. His main affiliation is at the University of Leeds but he joined HSE on a part-time basis in October 2015, to help establish CHEMP as an international research centre. Prior to his Leeds appointment he held a Chair at the world-leading Centre for Health Economics, University of York. He is also a founder member and past-President of the EuroQoL Group, a multinational research cooperative responsible for the development of EQ-5D, and has long served on its Scientific Executive. Professor Kind provides expert opinion on all aspects of the measurement of health outcomes for public and private sector organisations both in the UK and internationally.

Svetlana Sverchkova

Full-time Manager of CHEMP



Svetlana has served as Manager of CHEMP since its inception in 2015. Prior to that she occupied a position in the HSE Research Administration office. She is proficient in English and is the point of contact for all CHEMP enquiries.


 

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