Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
MSc, Analytics: Operational Research and Risk Analysis
PhD, Operational Research
The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Lei Ni, PhD, is a Research Health Economist/Decision Analytic Modeller at RTI-HS in Manchester, UK. She has a doctorate degree in Operational Research and a master’s degree in Operational Research and Risk Analysis from the University of Manchester. Lei has more than four years of research experience in vaccination decision modelling, resulting in publications as a lead author in the European Journal of Operational Research. Lei is highly skilled in mathematical modelling, optimisation, multiple criteria decision analysis, sensitivity analysis, and quantitative research methods. She has experience in solving optimisation models and compartmental models using R and Excel. While at RTI-HS, she has undertaken projects dealing with health economic modelling (cost-effectiveness and budget-impact modelling) in disease areas, including Duchenne muscular disease and Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis.