Dr Turner’s research focuses on health economic analyses of infectious diseases in low and middle-income countries. He specializes in performing costings of healthcare interventions, cost of illness analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis. He is also trained in developing and using disease transmission models and using models to evaluate the impact of interventions. A particular focus of his work are diseases associated with poverty (such as the neglected tropical diseases).
Between 2016-2019 his role was to establish and lead a health economics group within the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit in Vietnam. As of 2020, he will be taking a faculty position within the School of Public Health, Imperial College London. For his full bio, please see here.