There is an extensive programme of research carried out at the Centre for Bayesian Statistics and Health Economics.
The Centre draws on the powerful collaboration formed between the Department of Probability and Statistics and the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) to develop outstanding research in Bayesian methods in health economics and related research.
Research in the Centre is currently concentrated around eight themes relating to the application of Bayesian methods in health economics.
CHEBS also promotes research through its highly successful programme of Focus Fortnights. These events feature at least one key visitor to CHEBS whose research in the focus topic compliments our Research Agenda.
CHEBS research is disseminated by academic publications and open workshops. Our publications web page contains details of CHEBS papers and you can download copies of those that are not yet in print.