Evangelos Zormpas is a Senior Research Analyst in Patient-Centered Outcomes and Modeling and Meta-Analysis team in OPEN Health’s York office. He holds a Bachelor degree in Finance and Accounting from Athens University of Economics and Business in Greece and an MA in Management from University of Sunderland in United Kingdom. He is also in the process of completing a PhD in health economics at Leeds University in the United Kingdom.
Evangelos has experience with designing and applying discrete choice experiments to explore the decision making and preferences of medical professionals and patients in relation to diseases, treatments and outcomes. His expertise lies at the implementation of qualitative research methods to investigate the key factors/attributes involved in the decision making process of various stakeholders in the medical field and develop discrete choice experiment surveys. He is also experienced in applying quantitative methods, including conditional logit and mixed logit specifications, to analyse the choice data collected from those surveys and check for their validity in order to produce reliable preference estimates to facilitate medical decision making.
Furthermore, Evangelos has been involved in conducting (systematic) literature reviews in the field of oral health and health economics. During his PhD studies, he has attended a number of courses in Discrete Choice Experiments, Health Economics and Econometrics held at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States, University of Hamburg in Germany and University of Cambridge and University of Aberdeen in the United Kingdom. In addition he has been a former scholar of Leeds University in the United Kingdom, Karelia Foundation in Greece and National Scholarship Foundation of Greece.
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