Dr. Lim Ka Keat
Research Fellow in Health Economics, King’s College London
Ka Keat is a Research Fellow in Health Economics at the Department of Population Health Sciences, King’s College London. Prior to joining King’s, he used to work as a researcher at the Institute for Clincal Research, Malaysia. He strives to improve health services delivery and population health, with interests around chronic disease prevention and risk-stratified interventions. He uses models to examine whether any interventions may be cost-effective to advise policy decisions and the value of future research. Besides economic evaluation, he is also interested in evidence synthesis and longitudinal data analysis of registry data, which have given him over 30 publications in peer-reviewed journals thus far.