Dr Zaid Chalabi BSc PhD DIC
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Mathematical modelling, decision analysis, applied mathematics, control theory, operations research
I teach mathematics, statistics and environmental health.
My current research interests are mathematical modelling, health impact analysis, mathematical system theory, extreme value analysis, multi-criteria decision analysis, decision making with extreme and catastrophic risks, cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses, uncertainty and value of information analyses, environmental health, climate change, housing and transport.
- Climate change
- Complex interventions
- Decision analysis
- Economic evaluation
- Environmental Health
- Health impact analysis
- Natural disasters
- Public health
- Mathematical modelling
- Operational research
Disease and Health Conditions
- Non-communicable diseases
Budgetary policies and available actions: a generalisation of decision rules for allocation and research decisions.
McKenna, C.; Chalabi, Z.; Epstein, D.; Claxton, K.;
J Health Econ, 2010; 29(1):170-81
Modelling geographic variation in the cost-effectiveness of control policies for infectious vector diseases: The example of Chagas disease
Castillo-Riquelme, M.; Chalabi, Z.; Lord, J.; Guhl, F.; Campbell-Lendrum, D.; Davies, C.; Fox-Rushby, J.
Journal of Health Economics, 2008; 27(2):405-426
Traffic and the risk of vehicle-related pedestrian injury: a decision analytic support tool.
Chalabi, Z.; Roberts, I.; Edwards, P.; Dowie, J.;
Inj Prev, 2008; 14(3):196-201
Uncertainty and value of information when allocating resources within and between healthcare programmes
Chalabi, Z.; Epstein, D.; McKenna, C.; Claxton, K.
European Journal of Operational Research, 2008; 191(2):529-538
Efficiency, equity, and budgetary policies: informing decisions using mathematical programming.
Epstein, D.M.; Chalabi, Z.; Claxton, K.; Sculpher, M.;
Med Decis Making, 2007; 27(2):128-37
Optimisation of the T-square sampling method to estimate population sizes.
Bostoen, K.; Chalabi, Z.; Grais, R.F.;
Emerg Themes Epidemiol, 2007; 4:7
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