Matt Glover is a health economist with nearly 10 years’ experience in both academia and consultancy. Following the completion of a BA (Hons) in economics at University of Durham and an MSc in health economics at University of York, Matt joined the Health Economics Research Group at Brunel University London, first as a Research Assistant, later becoming a Research Fellow. He still maintains ties with Brunel through a lecturing position and holds a part-time role in a London based health economics consultancy. Matt’s research interests are largely in the methods and applications of health technology assessment, with a focus on decision analytic modelling. He has also been involved in numerous randomised controlled trials assessing the cost-effectiveness of a range of interventions, including health service delivery, in diverse therapeutic areas.