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An Duy Tran

Senior Research Fellow In Health Economics
Health Economics; Economic Evaluation of Healthcare Interventions; Simulation and Modelling
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life sciences & biomedicine
health care sciences & services
health policy & services
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Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
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An Duy Tran


Dr. An Duy Tran joined the Health Economics Unit in the Centre for Health Policy in October 2016 as a Senior Research Fellow on a full-time appointment. He was previously a Post-doctoral Researcher in Medical Technology Assessment at the CAPHRI School for Public Health and Primary Care of Maastricht University, and Assistant Professor at the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care of the University Medical Center Utrecht in The Netherlands.

Dr. Tran's research interests includes development of simulation models to predict health outcomes in patients with chronic diseases, and perform economic evaluation of interventions using decision analytic modelling. He has substantial experience in designing health economic sub-studies for clinical trials, and performing trial-based cost-effectiveness and cost-utility analyses. He is a Senior Adviser of the Melbourne Clinical and Translational Sciences Research Platform where he provides support for development of clinical trial protocols and grant proposals. He is also a member of the Human Research Ethics Committee of the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. An Duy Tran is the developer of the first Android and iOS mobile apps for cardiovascular risk assessment in Indigenous Australians (Indigenous CVD Risk Calculator), which are based on the first prediction models of their kind that he and his colleagues developed in 2019.


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Senior Research Fellow In Health Economics

Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health

Ahes Membership

Australian Health Economics Society (AHES)

Ispor Membership

The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR)


Doctor of Philosophy

Wageningen University and Research Centre

Master of Science

Wageningen University and Research Centre