Sameera Senanayake – Research Fellow: Health Economics

Sameera is a health economist and a health services researcher at AusHSI.

Sameera had a clinical and public health background before completing his PhD in health economics.  He holds a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), a Master of Science (MSc) and a Doctor of Medicine (MD) (by thesis) in public health.

His main research interests are in kidney disease, economic evaluations, decision making in health care, Markov modelling, discrete event simulation modelling and predictive modelling using health services data and discrete choice experiments.

Further information, including publications, can be found on Sameera’s QUT profile.

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