Kittiphong is a health economist working at HITAP (Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program). He earned his Master degree in Health Economics from University of York, the United Kingdom. His main interests are using economic evaluation methods to support policy makers in the health care sector. He has experiences in using modelling to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of health intervention in Thailand (e.g. neonatal screening and drugs), and performing systematic reviews (e.g. rotavirus vaccines).