Keynote 1: Personalised Medicine and Health Economics - The Art of Defining Benefit for Individuals and Society

Katherine Payne

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Katherine Payne was awarded a personal chair in health economics at The University of Manchester in August 2010. Katherine is also a registered pharmacist and was awarded the status of Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in 2016. She is now based within the Manchester Centre for Health Economics at The University of Manchester. Katherine’s research interests focus on the economics of precision medicine including the evaluation and valuation of genomic technologies and services. Katherine has an interest in the use of economic evidence to inform decision-making in practice and was a member of a NICE Technology Appraisal Committee between October 2003 and 2012. Katherine has been a member of national funding review panels for large scale programmes and projects on the economics of precision medicine for Canada, UK, The Netherlands, France and Luxembourg.


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