Dr Hugo Turner

hugo.turner [at] imperial.ac.uk

Hugo Turner is a health economist and mathematical modeller within the Department of Infectious Disease
Epidemiology at Imperial College London. His research focuses on evaluating the value for money of public health interventions for infectious diseases in low- and middle-income countries. He specializes in performing costings of healthcare interventions, cost of illness analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis. His projects cover a wide range of infectious diseases (including neglected tropical diseases, dengue, Hepatitis C, vaccine preventable diseases, hospital-acquired infections, and tetanus).

Particular areas of focus of his research include evaluating the cost/cost-effectiveness of large scale preventative interventions (such as mass drug treatment) and how these are influenced by economies of scale.