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Write your student thesis at Health Metrics

Are you a bachelor or master student and want to write your bachelor/master thesis or degree project at our unit on a topic related to health economics or health statistics?

We are able to supervise degree projects on topics closely related to research carried out at our unit, and we are very happy to discuss opportunities to supervise thesis writers and/or interns with the desire to work on health economics or health statistics issues.

Example of themes where we may be able to supervise a bachelor/master thesis or degree project 

  • Cost-effectiveness/utility analysis
  • Microeconomic analysis of health care policy
  • Epidemiology and causal inference in health research
  • Statistical analysis of hierarchical/nested data

Please note that we are only available for supervision of students that have a sound level of health economics and/or statistical knowledge.

Thesis in health economics

For a supervised thesis or internship we expect that you have good knowledge of applied quantitative methods and show great interest in working with statistics/econometrics or modelling methods. Please contact us by e-mail including some basic information about yourself

  • Your suggested topic or field of health economics
  • Your background with respect to finished university-level courses in health economics, economics, and statistics/econometrics
  • When you would like to intern or write your thesis


Contact Information

Mikael Svensson, PhD

Professor of Applied Health Economics and Head of Unit, Health Metrics at the Sahlgrenska Academy

031-786 6783

Contact Information

Anna Grimby Ekman, PhD

Senior Lecturer & Associate Professor in Epidemiology, Health Metrics at the Sahlgrenska Academy

031-786 3123

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