Dominic Trépel

Ireland

Dominic Trépel

Ireland

Biography

Dominic Trépel (PhD) joined Trinity in 2017 as an Assistant Professor of Economics and is jointly appointed as faculty for the Global Brain Health Institute (www.gbhi.org) and Trinity School of Medicine. Trépel is also primary investigator in Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN) where he directs Trépel lab (www.healtheconomics.ie). Trépel has been an academic health economics for over 15 years, has published over 100 research articles and much of this research efforts are dedicated to the study of dementia, brain health and ageing. Trépel lab currently includes ten PhDs and Postdoctoral researchers working on grants funded by: Health Research Board (HRB), Irish Research Council (Ireland), Research Collaborative in Quality and Patient Safety (RCQPS), Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (R&D Division), Global Brain Health Institute, Brainlat and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).

Trépel has previously held Senior Research Fellowships with leading centres in health economics including University of York and the Academic Unit for Health Economics (AUHE) at University of Leeds. His PhD examined the ‘Economics of Dementia in Ireland and Europe’ was supported by the prestigious Government of Ireland Scholarship (IRCHSS) and a Cochrane Fellowship (HRB), and outputs were presented to members of the Irish Parliament.

Trépel is a member of the International Health Economics Association (iHEA), and the Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods Group (CCEMG). He was part of the scientific committee for the joint meeting of the Coèllge des Economistes de la Santé (CES) and the Health Economists’ Study Group (HESG). He also serves on the Editorial Board for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Journal, is an associate editor for Frontiers in Health Services and further peer-reviews research for, amongst others the Health Economics Journal, Social Science in Medicine, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Library. Trépel has also reviewed research funding applications for NIHR, Medical Research Council (MRC), GBHI Pilot program, US Alzheimer’s Association and the EU Joint Programme Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND). Trépel also serves on the management committee of “Dementia Research Network Ireland”.

Through his international doctoral training in health economics (from the Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+)) and from working in a number of leading research centres, Trepél offers a broad technical skillset which includes: Applied Microeconometrics, Statistical Analysis, Health Service Research, Research Design, Economic Evaluation, Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, Health Technology Assessment, Randomised Control Trials, Decision-Analytic Modelling, Health Financing, Analysis of Health Expenditures, Critical Appraisal of Decision Models, Evidence Based Medicine, Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, Medical Decision Making, Outcomes Research, Reimbursement Mechanisms and Productivity Analysis.

 

 

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