Nishit Dhanji, MSc, is a Research Analyst in the Modeling and Meta-Analysis team located in OPEN Health’s Oxford office. He has experience in health economic modelling, systematic reviews and econometric analysis.
Prior to joining OPEN Health, Nishit worked as a Research Associate at the Health Economics Unit, University of Birmingham. His work focused on developing techniques to include care-related quality of life outcomes alongside patient health-related quality of life outcomes in an economic evaluation. During his Masters’ degree, Nishit had a placement at King’s Health Economics where he developed a health economic model to compare the cost-effectiveness of total knee replacement and unicompartmental knee replacement as part of his MSc dissertation.
Nishit holds a BSc in Financial Economics from Kingston University London and a MSc in Health Economics from City, University of London.
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