Welsh Government

Professor Dyfrig Hughes

Department and Institution

Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation, Bangor University.

Current Post

Professor of Pharmaeconomics.

Co-director of the Centre for Health Economics & Medicines.

Primary Research Field

Dyfrig’s principal interests are in pharmaceutical economics and policy, adherence research, and methodological and applied research in trial-based economic evaluations.

Contact details

d.a.hughes@bangor.ac.uk

01248 382950

Biography

Professor Dyfrig Hughes’ principal interests are in pharmaceutical economics and policy, adherence research, and methodological and applied research in trial-based economic evaluations.

Dyfrig graduated in pharmacy at Cardiff University before undertaking a PhD in cardiovascular pharmacology at the University of Liverpool. He subsequently trained in health economics, and is currently Professor of Pharmacoeconomics and co-director of the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation at Bangor University. He is also academic lead for Pharmacy at the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, and is honorary professor at the Department of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, University of Liverpool.

Dyfrig’s main research activities, which have led to over 120 publications, concern pharmaceutical economics and policy, health technology assessment and medication adherence. He is an editorial board member of the journals PharmacoEconomics and Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics.