Rohan Deogaonkar

PhD Student
Glasgow Caledonian University
Rohan is currently undertaking a PhD in Health Economics under the supervision of Professor Rachel Baker and Dr Helen Mason. His work - “The relative value of limited health gains: Capturing subjectivity in public preferences for end of life treatments” – is situated at the confluence of preference elicitation of health benefits and the distributive ethics of resource allocation. As part of this project, he aims to develop a methods package with the ability to practically capture the subjective views and normative reasons which guide individual preferences.

Prior to joining the Yunus Centre, Rohan received his BSc (Biological Science) from the University of Guelph and worked in the Canadian pharmaceutical industry as a drug regulator before moving to Birmingham for his MSc (Health Economics).