In 2019, HESG founded a new subcommittee to promote the interest of members who are Early Career Researchers (ECRs).
The current ECR subcommittee members are:
- Lucy Abel
- James Buchanan
- Linda Fenocchi
- Ashleigh Kernohan
- Daniel Kopasker
- Ekaterina Kuznetsova
- Francesco Longo
- Luke Wilson
Definition of ECR
You are an ECR if you are either:
a) currently enrolled in a research degree (e.g. PhD programme), or
b) employed and within 7 years of your highest degree (e.g. Masters or PhD).
If you do not meet these criteria (e.g. due to career breaks), but identify as an ECR, we can take into account any exceptional circumstances.
Past and current organised events
R for Health Economics: An Introduction (booking form), 6th and 7th of October 2020
So you’ve started your career as an academic health economist: where can you go from here?, 11th of November 2020
Proposed future events
How to write a paper for health economics journals, coming soon