"There is nothing so terrible as activity without insight"
-- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
David Lindhard-Tordrup is a health economist with a background in life sciences. David has managed and implemented a range of health economic projects during his time at the London School of Economics and the World Health Organization, covering a broad selection of therapeutic areas including infectious-, non-communicable and orphan diseases, and publishing results in reputable international journals. Prior to this, he worked on basic and applied research projects at the Laboratory of Genome Research, University of Aarhus, on topics including DNA nanotechnology, cellular roles of DNA topology modifying enzymes and novel diagnostic methods for point mutations.
Areas of work
David Lindhard-Tordrup undertakes consulting assignments in a variety of areas, including:
Examples of previous work
Rare Best Practices [London School of Economics]
Valuation of Quality Adjusted Life Years [London School of Economics]
Policy options for the financial sustainability of health systems [London School of Economics]
Access to medicines in the Pakistan 2010 floods [London School of Economics/WHO Pakistan]
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