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Jean-Eric Tarride BA, MA, PhD

MEMBER SINCE: Dec 08, 2005
LAST UPDATED: Mar 23, 2009

PROFILE: Jean-Eric Tarride is an assistant professor in the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and a member of the Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis. He is also an associate member in the Department of Economics, an investigator with the Program for Assessment of Technology in Health and a member of both the Centre for Evaluation of Medicines and the Father Sean O’Sullivan Research Centre at St. Joseph’s Healthcare. He obtained both his BA and MA degrees at Université des Sciences Sociales de Toulouse in France, and his PhD in Economics from Concordia University in Montreal. His primary research interests are in methods for the economic evaluation of health technologies, and treatment of uncertainty in health technology assessments (HTAs) and the decision-making process. Other areas of research include the longitudinal analysis of healthcare utilization data and the valuation of indirect costs in HTAs. Before coming to McMaster University, he was a consultant and manager of pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research for 10 years.of Quality of Life instruments) in a variety of therapeutic areas and health care settings.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

* health technology assessment
* applied econometrics
* applied economic evaluation
* outcome measurement and valuation for private/public decision-making
* development of new methods and techniques for economic appraisal

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Inst./Company McMaster University
Dept. Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics
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Province ON
Country Canada
Category Physician
Faculty Yes
Member Id# 332

Jean-Eric Tarride


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