Dr Andrew Clark
BA MA PhD
in Health Decision Modelling
15-17 Tavistock Place
I joined the LSHTM in 2002. I have a background in operational research, economics, computer science and mathematical modelling.
Module Organiser of Analytical Models for Decision Making (AMDM) since 2013. AMDM is an elective module on the Distance Learning Masters Degree programme at LSHTM.
Personal Tutor on the face-to-face Masters Degree programme at LSHTM.
Students (Masters, Phd and DrPH) are welcome to contact me if they are interested in topics related to the impact, safety, equity and economics of vaccination.
Developing decision-support models to inform vaccine policy recommendations in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). The models have been used by Ministries of Health in over 30 countries to evaluate the potential impact, costs, risks, cost-effectiveness and benefit-risk of a range of different vaccines. The models have also been used at the global level to inform recommendations made by WHO's Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE). The models range from very simple Excel-based flow tree models through to more complex individual-based (micro-simulation) transmission models.