James is one of the investigators for the APPreSci consortium.
He is a Professor of Health Economics within Warwick Medical School. He works primarily for Warwick Evidence on NICE-funded HTA projects and for Warwick CTU on economic analysis of clinical trials.
His research interests are wide-ranging including economic analysis within clinical trials, economic models, cost-effectiveness of implementation, trial design, systematic review, epidemiological enquiry and evidence-based medicine.
Particular areas of experience include gastrointestinal, orthopedic and dermatological. Specifically, James has provided methodological support and statistical analysis for a series of trials and epidemiological studies of acute and chronic pancreatitis.
James serves as a methodologist on NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research sub panel and National Joint Registry Research Committee. He has previously served on the NIHR HTA themed commissioning panel. James joined University of Warwick in 2015, moving from Durham University where he was co-director of RDS-NE and where he established Durham CTU.
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