- Economic evaluations
- Non Communicable Diseases
- Adolescent health and wellbeing
- Global health
- Public health interventions
Ongoing project: EACH-B Engaging Adolescents in Changing Behaviour
Completed project: NIHR Pre-Doctoral Fellowship in Health Economics. Duration: November 2019 to June 2021. Amount: £60,462.
- SHTAC's training course 'Introduction to Health Economics'
- Contributes to a module MEDI6233: Health Economics for Public Health
Neelam works as a Senior Research Fellow in Healthcare Modelling for SHTAC.
Since joining SHTAC as a Research Fellow in August 2013, Neelam has worked on several economic evaluations of health technologies. She has contributed to evidence reviews of submissions to the NICE Single Technology and Multiple Technology Assessment Programmes on a range of topics including oncology, retinal conditions, Hepatitis C, Morquio A Syndrome, cardiovascular diseases, pulmonary fibrosis, ulcerative colitis and public health interventions.
Prior to joining SHTAC, Neelam worked as a health economic modeller for a pharmaceutical consultancy firm and as research assistant in health economic modelling at School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield.
Neelam’s research areas of interest include public health interventions and global health, with a primary focus on adolescent health. She works closely with partners at MRC LEU on research investigating behavioural interventions to improve the health of adolescents.