Jonathan Grant, Erin Montague, Martin Buxton & Matt Glover

Jonathan Grant is Professor of Public Policy and Vice President and Vice Principal (Service) at King’s College London. His main research interests are in biomedical and health R&D policy, research impact assessment and the use of research and evidence in policy and decision making.

Erin Montague joined the Policy Institute at King’s College London as a Research Assistant. She contributes to projects of various disciplines with specific interests in health and social care policy, the impact of research, and advancement of complex public service systems.

Martin Buxton is now Emeritus Professor of Brunel University where he founded, and directed for many years, the Health Economics Research Group. His main interests have focused around the use in policy of economic evaluations of health technologies and the broader impact of health research.

Matt Glover is a health economist who specialises in the economic evaluation of healthcare technologies, with a particular focus on methods and applications of decision modelling. He is an Honorary Research Fellow at Brunel University London and Senior Health Economist at PHMR Ltd.

Latest posts by Jonathan Grant, Erin Montague, Martin Buxton & Matt Glover (see all)