Research Groups in PET
Congratulations to PhD student Liz Corrigan, supervised by Deborah Biggerstaff, Annie Young and Mark Sujan, who has been awarded an Empire Medal. The ceremony was held at Birmingham University.
SLS and WMS Biomedical Microbiology Seminar: Lipid remodelling: does it play a role in virulence in Burkholderia cenocepacia? Dr Holly Shropshire, University of Warwick, School of Life Sciences
Dignity and Respect at Warwick
BMS Seminar: Technical Services – past, present and future, Timothy Jefferson, Head of Technical Services, SLS/WMS
Professor P Saravanan
Head of Populations, Evidence and Technologies Group (PET), within the Division of Health Sciences.
The Populations Evidence and Technologies group combines researchers with an interest in population research, and health services researchers with a particular emphasis on health technology assessment and e-health. Read More........
We include research groupings such as Warwick Evidence, which undertakes reviews and evidence syntheses on the clinical and cost effectiveness of healthcare interventions. We also undertake economic evaluation of clinical interventions and of service organisations and are keen to explore technology assessment methodologies. We also include Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health and Care (CLAHRC) Theme 3 which builds on work already carried out under the successful CLAHRC pilot in Birmingham and Black Country in the area of prevention and detection; Warwick Centre for Applied Health Research and Delivery (W-CAHRD)which brings together individuals, disciplines and organisations to develop practical solutions to health needs and Communicable Disease Control Evidence and Epidemiology (CDCE²) which undertakes and facilitates others to undertake work to better define and disseminate the evidence base for communicable disease control.
We have strong links to research on e-health and to the Institute of Digital Health.