Evangelos Gkousis is a health economist and analyst at RAND Europe, in the area of innovation, health and science. As part of his role he is also a member of the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR). His research interests include economic evaluations, economic modelling, health and social care, health services research and transport.
Gkousis has strong quantitative analysis skills, with experience in health economic decision modelling, applied econometrics and secondary data analysis. He also has experience in qualitative research, undertaking literature reviews, rapid evidence assessments and conducting interviews. Gkousis has been involved in studies commissioned by a range of UK and EU departments and agencies, pharmaceutical companies and not-for-profit organisations. His research at RAND Europe has involved examining the economic and health impact of poor indoor climate, evaluating a criminal justice intervention to support vulnerable populations, modelling the future cancer workforce in England and exploring the societal burden of multiple sclerosis. He is currently working on a study to support the impact assessment of the revision of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) fee system.
He holds an M.Sc. in health economics from the University of Leeds and a B.Sc.(Hons) in economics from the University of York. In his dissertation, he built a Markov model to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery in patients undergoing rectal cancer resection.
Gehrt, Daniel, Marco Hafner, Lucy Hocking, Evangelos Gkousis, Pamina Smith, and Jack Pollard, Poor indoor climate, its impact on child health, and the wider societal costs, Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation (RR-3256), 2019
Rodriguez-Rincon, Daniela, Brandi Leach, Jack Pollard, Sarah Parkinson, Evangelos Gkousis, Catherine A. Lichten, Jon Sussex, and Catriona Manville, Exploring the societal burden of multiple sclerosis: A study into the non-clinical impact of the disease, including changes with progression, RAND Corporation (RR-4262), 2019