Welcome to the Centre for Health Economics & Medicines Evaluation (CHEME). Founded in 2001, we are now one of the leading health economics centres in the UK. CHEME contributed to the University’s highest ranked unit of assessment in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, with 95% of outputs being world leading and internationally excellent. Research outputs were rated 3rd out of 94 institutions across the UK.
At CHEME, we aim to promote and sustain high-quality research, maximise opportunities for research grant capture and publications in high impact journals.
The Centre is active across a range of health economic and medicines evaluation research activities. These are broadly categorised into the following research themes:
- Public health economics and the health economics of psychosocial interventions and other non-pharmacological health technologies, led by Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards
- Pharmacoeconomics, pharmaceutical policy and medicines use, led by Professor Dyfrig Hughes
CHEME is a core part of the Bangor Institute of Health and Medical Research (BIHMR).