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Jeremy Lauer


Jeremy Lauer joined Strathclyde University in 2020 as Professor of Management Science following a 25-year career as Economist with the World Health Organization (WHO). Jeremy has a bachelor’s degree (A.B., 1986) in Mathematics and Philosophy from St John’s College, Annapolis, master’s degree (M.A., M.Sc., 1991) in Economics and in Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Wisconsin, and a doctorate (Ph.D., 2009) in Health Policy and Management from Erasmus University Rotterdam.Jeremy’s research has centred around the use and interpretation of mathematical models in economic evaluation in global health, and he has contributed to an influential body of work on the cost effectiveness of interventions against cardiovascular risk factors and disease, respiratory conditions, cancers, maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis and interventions for chronic disease prevention, as well as on health systems research and diverse topics in epidemiology, modelling and statistics. He has led inter-disciplinary teams in a range of countries in Latin America and Africa on adapting the results of economic evaluation to national settings.Jeremy has served as Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator on a number of large research projects in breast-cancer and chronic-disease control and has been a member of Steering Committees and Technical Advisory Groups at the University of Stellenbosch (SACEMA), the University of Basel (Swiss TPH) and the University of Bergen (CIH). In 2016, Jeremy analysed the economics of fiscal space for health workforce expansion in lower- and lower-middle income countries, as well as the interactions between the health system and the economy, for the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth.

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