Dr Lazaros Andronis is a Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics, holding a split role with Warwick Evidence and Warwick CTU.
Before his appointment at Warwick in July 2017, Dr Andronis held the posts of Research Fellow (2006-2009), NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow (2009-2012) and Lecturer in Health Economics (2012-2017) at the Health Economics Unit of the University of Birmingham.
In the last 8 years, Dr Andronis has been involved in designing, coordinating and conducting methodological and applied health economics research funded by various national bodies, including NICE, NIHR and MRC. He has published in top-tier health economics and interdisciplinary journals and he has presented his work at international conferences and invited seminars.
From 2013 to 2017, Lazaros led the team of Birmingham-based health economists who provide advice on research proposals through the NIHR Research Service Design West Midlands (RDS WM) programme. Dr Andronis is also a regural reviewer of manuscripts and grant applications, an Editorial Board Member of Medical Decision Making and a member of the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit North West funding panel.
Alongside research, Dr Andronis has been actively involved in teaching, through delivering lectures to undergraduate Economics and postgraduate Health Economics students, as well as through leading taught modules and supervising and mentoring postgraduate and doctoral students.