Institute of Health & Society

Staff Profile

Eoin Moloney

Research Associate

Background

 Introduction

Eoin joined the Institute of Health and Society (IHS) in November 2013. Prior to this he worked in the Health Economics Unit at the University of Birmingham, working on one of the Unit's main methodological themes of health modelling research. He holds an MSc in Health Economics from University College Cork and a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) from University College Cork. His main research interests are economic evaluation, economic modelling and evidence synthesis.

 Qualifications 

 MSc. Health Economics, University College of Cork (2012)

 BComm (Hons), University College Cork (2011)

Research

Eoin is currently carrying out economic evaluations for the following studies:

 

  • Multicentre, open label, prospective, single arm study of the safety and impact of eculizumab withdrawal in patients with atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome

 

  • The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Surgical Treatments for women with Stress Urinary Incontinence: An evidence synthesis (ESTER)

 

  • Assessing BD OneFlow cost-effectiveness in leukaemia diagnosis - Evaluation of BD OneFlow flow cytometry reagent tubes for the diagnosis of patients with chronic lymphoid leukaemia

 

 

Teaching

Teaching

Eoin has provided support to the teaching of modules on the MSc in Health Economics and Health Policy at the University of Birmingham. He currently teaches on the health economics module delivered as part of the MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research at Newcastle University.

Student Supervision

Eoin has acted as a second supervisor to two students completing their MSc dissertations for the MSc in Health Economics and Health Policy at the University of Birmingham.

Publications