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Acknowledgement to Referees

Acknowledgement to Referees

Dear Reader,

As we reach the final issue of PharmacoEconomics for 2019, we wish to reflect on another successful year’s achievements, and to thank all those who have contributed their time and effort to guarantee the high quality of our content.

We thank the authors who have contributed articles to the journal over the course of 2019. The skill and dedication of all authors are critical to the continued publication of the journal. The quality of published articles is also testament to the significant efforts of the peer reviewers and our editorial board, whose commitment ensures that the journal’s content is held to the highest possible standard. In addition to the editorial board, we would like to thank the following individuals who acted as reviewers for PharmacoEconomics in the last 12 months:

Ivo Abraham, USA

Hossein Afzali, Australia

Fernando Alarid-Escudero, Mexico

Ali Ali, UK

Hareth Al-Janabi, UK

Maria Alva, USA

Nelson Alvis, Colombia

Robert Anderson, UK

Lazaros Andronis, UK

Lieven Annemans, Belgium

Amir Ansaripour, The Netherlands

Xavier Armoiry, UK

Arthur E. Attema, The Netherlands

Gianluca Baio, Italy

Aasthaa Bansal, USA

Mathias Barra, Norway

Eduard J. Beck, Switzerland

Rachel Beckerman, USA

Charles E. Begley, USA

Philippe Beutels, Belgium

Mark Bounthavong, USA

Henk Broekhuizen, The Netherlands

James Buchanan, UK

Ash Bullement, UK

Martin J. Buxton, UK

Cedric Carbonneil, France

Rodolfo Castro, Brazil

Nathorn Chaiyakunapruk, Malaysia

Yingyao Chen, China

Victoria Chico, UK

Christos Chouaïd, France

Philip Clarke, Australia

Joshua T. Cohen, USA

Brendan Collins, UK

Martin Connock, UK

Benjamin M. Craig, USA

Judith Dams, Germany

Erik J. Dasbach, USA

Christopher Davies, Australia

Baris Deniz, USA

Urvi Desai, USA

Vakaramoko Diaby, USA

Alex Diamantopoulos, UK

Charalabos-Markos Dintsios, Germany

Brett Doble, Singapore

Jack Dowie, UK

Nick Dragojlovic, Canada

Richard Edlin, New Zealand

Tobias Effertz, Germany

Elamin Elbasha, USA

Christopher G. Fawsitt, UK

Simon Fifer, Australia

Aureliano P. Finch, The Netherlands

Emuella Flood, USA

Naghmeh Foroutan, Canada

Gerardus W. J. Frederix, The Netherlands

Emma Frew, UK

Andrea Gabrio, UK

Livio Garattini, Italy

Louis P. Garrison Jr, USA

Brian Godman, Sweden

Juan M. Gonzalez, USA

Stephen Goodall, Australia

Christopher Graham, USA

Nathan Green, UK

Dan Greenberg, Israel

Daniel T. Grima, Canada

Catherina G. M. Groothuis-Oudshoorn, The Netherlands

Scott D. Grosse, USA

Janneke P. C. Grutters, The Netherlands

Shuyan Gu, China

Lan-Wei Guo, China

Marlene Gyldmark, Switzerland

Vida Hamidi, Norway

Anthony J. Hatswell, UK

Joel W. Hay, USA

Fred J. Hellinger, USA

Mike Herdman, UK

Daniel Hill-McManus, UK

Nguyen Hoa, Vietnam

Jeffrey S. Hoch, Canada

Przemysław Holko, Poland

Rolf Holle, Germany

John Hornberger, USA

Min Huang, USA

Anna Hung, USA

Rachael Hunter, UK

David Hutton, USA

Sergio Iannazzo, Italy

Devin Incerti, USA

K. Jack Ishak, Canada

Christopher Jackson, UK

Josephine C. Jacobs, USA

Slobodan M. Jankovic, Serbia

Jeroen P. Jansen, USA

Jinani Jayasekera, USA

Yawen Jiang, China

Mark Jit, UK

Edna Keeney, UK

Jahangir A. Khan, UK

Samer Kharroubi, Lebanon

Paul Kind, UK

Martin R. J. Knapp, UK

Katarzyna Kolasa, Poland

Andreas Kuznik, USA

Chris Kypridemos, UK

Nicholas R. Latimer, UK

Catherine LeGrand, Belgium

Moshe Leshno, Israel

Baptiste Leurent, UK

Shunping Li, China

Christoph Licht, Canada

Pei-Jung Lin, USA

Lei Liu, USA

Yoon K. Loke, UK

Joran Lokkerbol, The Netherlands

Paula K. Lorgelly, UK

Alan Lyles, USA

Ross Maconachie, UK

Jakob Manthey, Germany

Nicola Mason, UK

T. Joey Mattingly II, USA

Josephine A. Mauskopf, USA

Ifigeneia Mavranezouli, UK

Laura McCullagh, Ireland

Phil McEwan, UK

R. Brett McQueen, USA

Michela Meregaglia, Italy

Jorge Mestre-Ferrandiz, Spain

Brent Metfessel, USA

Foruhar Moayeri, Australia

Najmeh Moradi, Islamic Republic of Iran

Steven G. Morgan, Canada

Liz Morrell, UK

Virginie Nerich, France

Peter J. Neumann, USA

Chi Nguyen, USA

Brooke Nichols, USA

Richard Norman, Australia

Bohdan Nosyk, Canada

Ewa Orlewska, Poland

Itziar Oyagüez, Spain

Katherine Panageas, USA

Ankur Pandya, USA

Petros Pechlivanoglou, The Netherlands

James Pellissier, USA

Becky Pennington, UK

Unchalee Permsuwan, Thailand

Panagiotis Petrou, Cyprus

Charles E. Phelps, USA

Jamison Pike, USA

Daniel Pollard, UK

Lara B. Porto, Brazil

Barbara Prediger, Germany

Steve Pudney, UK

Bram Ramaekers, The Netherlands

Shijie K. Ren, UK

Melissa H. Roberts, USA

Matteo Ruggeri, Italy

Carolyn Rutter, USA

Christopher J. Sampson, UK

Carina Schey, Switzerland

Chris Schilling, Australia

Ruchitbhai Shah, USA

Hui Shao, USA

James Signorovitch, USA

John Slof, Spain

Tristan Snowsill, UK

Jan Sorensen, Ireland

Baudouin Standaert, Belgium

Tom Stargardt, Germany

Stephanie Stock, Germany

Adam Strzelczyk, Germany

Sun Sun, Sweden

Matthew Taylor, UK

Hla-Hla Thein, Canada

Howard Thom, UK

Joanna Thorn, UK

Irina A. Tikhonova, UK

J. Mick Tilford, USA

Mark R. Trusheim, USA

Haitham W. Tuffaha, Australia

Wendy J. Ungar, Canada

Ghislaine A. van Mastrigt, The Netherlands

David L. Veenstra, USA

Stephane Verguet, USA

Erik Verrips, Norway

Sabine Vogler, Austria

Simon Walker, UK

Elizabeth Wehler, USA

Ronald C. Wielage, USA

Michael Willis, Sweden

Edward C. F. Wilson, UK

Aaron Winn, USA

William W. L. Wong, Canada

Olivia Wu, UK

Jipan Xie, USA

Yueran Zhou, USA

We do hope that you have found the articles published throughout the year in PharmacoEconomics to be interesting and informative. We have published a couple of very interesting themed issues this year focussing on family spillover effects of illness and transparency in decision models. Our thanks go to the guest editors of these themed issues for all their hard work (Lisa Prosser, Eve Wittenberg, J Jaime Caro and Paul Tappenden). The editorial schedule for 2020 is well under way. We are looking forward to bringing you many high-quality and authoritative articles over the coming year, including further themed issues.

With best wishes,

Christopher Carswell and Timothy Wrightson

Co-Editors in Chief

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