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Dr Richard Norman

Dr Richard Norman, BA(Hons) (York), MSc (York), PhD (UTS) is an NHMRC Early Career Fellow and Senior Research Fellow, based in the School of Public Health at Curtin University.  He is a Health Economist with ongoing interests in the economic evaluation of healthcare interventions, the measurement and valuation of quality of life, discrete choice experiments and econometric analysis of large panel datasets. He is a Chief Investigator on four current projects funded by the NHMRC and the ARC, and has been awarded over $2.9 Million in grants as Chief Investigator. He has an H index of 15, based on 40 peer-reviewed publications in journals including Health Economics, Medical Journal of Australia, Pediatrics, Lancet Neurology, Value in Health and Health Technology Assessment. In 2014, he was awarded the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Award for Research Excellence for Methodology resulting from a paper in Health Economics. He is on the Executive Committee of the Australian Health Economics Society, and previously served on the organisational committee for the 2013 International Health Economics Association congress.>