Jeroen Luyten is an associate professor of health economics and the head of the Leuven Institute for Healthcare Policy. He teaches courses on health economics, economic evaluation and ethics in the MSc in Global Health, the Master in Healthcare Management and Policy, the Master in Nursing and Midwifery and the Master of Bioethics. His research focuses on resource allocation and priority-setting in healthcare, using methods of economic evaluation and multiple-criteria decision analysis and on pharmaceutical economics and policy. Before joining KU Leuven, he worked as a post-doc fellow in health economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, obtained a PhD in health economics at the University of Antwerp and obtained master degrees in economics (University of Antwerp and Université Toulouse 1) and philosophy (KU Leuven).
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