Senior Investigator Profile

TitleProfessor
First NameRod
SurnameTaylor
Award StatusTerm 1
Current PostProfessor in Health Services Research
DepartmentInstitute of Health Research
Telephone+44 7968 152537
Emailr.taylor@exeter.ac.uk
InstitutionUniversity of Exeter
NHS TrustRoyal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Region NameSouth West
Primary Research FieldRehabilitation
Secondary Research FieldCardiology & Cardiovascular Disease
BiographyRod Taylor, MSc, PhD is Professor of Health Services Research and Director of Exeter Clinical Trials Unit at the Exeter Medical School, University of Exeter. His former academic appointments include the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Universities of Birmingham and Glasgow and he was first Director of Technology Appraisals at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). He has published over 270 peer review articles the field of health services research and health technology assessment. Rod’s main research interests include clinical trial design for complex interventions, use of surrogate outcomes in clinical trials and reimbursement health care policy, development and evaluation of secondary prevention and rehabilitation strategies for heart disease, and comparative effectiveness research for evaluation of medical devices. His postgraduate qualifications include PhD Clinical Physiology (Glasgow), MSc in Medical Statistics (London) and Postgrad. Dip. Health Economics (Aberdeen). He is currently Chair of NIHR Research, Health Service & Development (HS&DR) Researcher-Led Panel and member of NIHR HTA General Board, Core group of Methodological Experts for the NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (PGfAR), and MRC Research Methodology Panel. He is member of editorial board for International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, Pain Practice, Neuromodulation, Cochrane Heart Group and acts a methodological reviewer for a number of peer review journals.
 

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