The UCL Centre for Global Health Economics

Dr Sungwook Kim

Sungwook completed his PhD at IGH in 2017 and has since been a fellow of the UCL Centre for Global Health. He is currently a Research Fellow at University of Warwick's Clinical Trials Unit, and has worked as a research assistant at the University of York on the individual level determinants of length of stay for mental health patients with NHS data and as an e-consultant to the World Bank for analyses using Optima. He has a Master’s degree in Finance (2010) from the university of St. Andrews and Health Economics (2011) from the University of York and a BA in Sociology (2006) from the Korea University, Korea. His research interests include drug pricing, economic evaluation and econometric analysis with a particular interest in HIV treatment, focusing on quantitative analysis.

Selected Papers

Cost-effectiveness and affordability of community mobilisation through women’s groups and quality improvement in health facilities (MaiKhanda trial) in Malawi (2015)

Comparing the cost effectiveness of harm reduction strategies: a case study of the Ukraine (2014)

Highlighting the evidence gap: how cost-effective are interventions to improve early childhood nutrition and development? (2014)