May 31, 2022
Nick Crabb had a 20-year career in analytical science, process technology and general management in the chemical, pharmaceutical and contract laboratory industries prior to joining the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in 2010 to establish and manage the Diagnostics Assessment Programme. Dr. Crabb currently oversees NICE’s Science Policy and Research programme. He has broad scientific and policy interests relating to the evaluation of technologies and interventions to support the development of clinical, public health and social care guidance. His experience includes consideration of heath technology assessment issues arising from the availability of novel new products such as cell and gene therapies and work on methods issues relating to the evaluation of antimicrobials. Dr. Crabb is also the NICE lead on a collaborative project with NHS England to develop and test innovative models for the evaluation and purchase of antimicrobials.