Mark Harrison

Associate Professor

Profile Type
Faculty
Other Affiliations

Scientist, Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences (CH√ČOS); Providence Health Care Research Institute; Professorship in Sustainable Health Care

Accepting Graduate Students
Yes
About

Mark Harrison joined the UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2014 and leads a health economics program within the Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) group. The program considers patient-physician decision-making, understanding the role of preferences in treatment decisions, and evaluating the impact of policy interventions on patient and health care system outcomes. Increasingly Mark is looking to study the access to health care of marginalized populations and the relationship between health/health care and the environment. Mark is the health economist on the British Columbia Ministry of Health's Health Technology Assessment Committee.

Mark welcomes enquiries from prospective graduate students and post-doctoral researchers.

Awards

Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar Award (2017)

The Arthritis Society Young Investigator Salary Award (2016)

Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada New Investigator Research Award (2016)


Contact Details

(604) 827-0687

mark.harrison@ubc.ca

Office 4625, Pharmaceutical Sciences Building


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