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Summary: Gurdeep is a Lecturer in Health Economics within the Academic Unit of Health Economics. His research interests include the economic evaluation of diagnostic tests in particular genetic testing.
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Gurdeep is a Lecturer in Health Economics within the Academic Unit of Health Economics at the University of Leeds.
Gurdeep's research focuses on evaluating the cost-effectiveness of diagnostic testing and complex interventions. He has a particular interest in genome-based diagnostic testing across a wide range of conditions and is involved in the NIHR Diagnostics Evidence Cooperative Leeds. Gurdeep is also a member of the Test Evaluation Group (TEG) within the Unit and the new Leeds Centre for Personalised Medicine and Health.
Prior to joining the unit, Gurdeep worked at the PHG Foundation, a health policy think-tank in Cambridge, where he led the health economics work programme. Gurdeep has also held Honorary Health Economist positions with the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.