Chris is an accomplished health economist with more than 15 years of experience in economic modelling and research across academia, industry and consultancy.
At KPMG, Chris leads a growing team of health economists providing economic evaluation and modelling to a range of government and industry clients. His work has influenced key public policy debates around obesity, mental health, low-value care and e-cigarettes. Chris's strengths lie in his ability to design and develop detailed health economic models to answer key policy questions, and to communicate these findings in a clear, concise manner.
As a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Chris completes research across a range of health economic issues, lectures in both ‘Health Economics’ and ‘Economic Evaluation’, and provides supervision of PhD and Master students. His work has been published in leading academic journals including the Medical Journal of Australia, Health Economics and Medical Decision Making.