Ayman Fouda is a health economics assistant professor at MCI. Ayman has a bachelor's degree in Medicine and Surgery from Suez Canal University in Egypt and a master's degree in International Health & Social Management from MCI. He possesses diverse work experience in medicine, higher education management, and professional and academic research. He has been a research fellow in the European project ORTHOUNION, where his research is related to optimizing a business model for the industrial production of an advanced therapy medicinal product. Furthermore, he completed his Ph.D. (European Doctorate in Law and Economics) at Erasmus University Rotterdam and the University of Bologna. His thesis studies how healthcare professionals respond to different regulatory tools (soft law and mandate) in light of the multi-agency relationship and different market forces. His research interests include health economics, regulation in health care, soft law in health, health policy, and green healthcare.
2023 - presentAssistant Professor (FH) - MCI Management Center Innsbruck2022Lecturer - MCI Management Center Innsbruck2019 - 2022Research & Teaching Assistant - MCI Management Center Innsbruck2018 - 2019Research Fellow - ORTHOUNION EU-H2020 funded, GA: 733288 - Department of Sociology and Business Law, University of Bologna 2015 - 2016Program Manager & Research Analyst - Executive Education, School of Business, The American University in Cairo, Egypt 2010 - 2012Assistant Program Coordinator - The American University in Cairo2009 - 2010Pediatrician - Private Practice Clinic, Prof. Dr. Suzanne Samir, Ismailia, Egypt2009 - 2011General Practitioner - Ministry of Health, Egypt2009 - 2010Pediatrician - Ismailia General Hospital, Ismailia, Egypt
2019Project: Comparative Analysis of Chronice Disease Management Programs in New South Wales, Australia and Emilia-Romagna, Italy2018Project: Health Plan Payment & Risk Adjustment in Australia - Murdoch University/Western Australia Department of Health2018Project: Funding Models for Long-Term Care in Australia - Murdoch University, Australia2017 - 2018Project: Decision-Making and Priority Settings for Universal Health Coverage - Medibank amd Murdoch University, Australia
2016 - 2022European Doctorate in Law and Economics (EDLE) - Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Bologna, and University of Hamburg (PhD in Law & Economics)2012 - 2014International Health and Social Management - Management Center Innsbruck (Master of Arts in Business)2001 - 2007Medicine and Surgery - Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University, Egypt (Bachelor in Medicine & Surgery )
2022Invited Lecture on the Regulation of Clinical Medical Practice from the Economic Perspective, European Law Student Association's Summer School, University of Innsbruck. - 2021Invited Lecture on Climate Change and Resilient Health Systems, European Health Forum Gastein - 2021Invited Lecture on Risk adjustment research in non-competitive health markets, Master of Health Economics, Management, and Policy, The University of Newcastle, Australia - 2018Economic and Regulatory Arrangements of Multiple Principal-Agent Relationship and the Diffusion of Innovation in Healthcare. The University of Bologna, Department of Economics, Bologna, EDLE Seminar - 2017Institutional Comparative Analysis of Regulating the Diffusion of Innovations in Healthcare. Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam, EDLE Seminar - 2017The Diffusion and Adoption of Innovation in Healthcare: Economic and Regulatory Perspectives. The Institute of Law and Economics, the University of Hamburg, EDLE Seminar -
2018 - 2019Research Fellow - University of Bologna, Italy
2022 - presentHealth Policy and Technology: Guest Editor 2021 - 2022Health Policy and Technology: Managing Guest Editor - Special Issue: The COVID-19 Pandemic: Vaccination Strategies and Global Health Policies
van der Heijden Wies Mette Henriette (2022): Greening healthcare: A carbon footprint analysis of âThe Green Intensive CareâMeels Lobke (2022): Implementation of an Alternative Diagnostic Pathway for the Screening of Colorectal Cancer Patients in The Netherlands - The Service Providerâs PerspectivesRingel Laura (2022): The Influence of Physician Assistants on the Healthcare Workforce in German Inpatient Care: A Qualitative StudySchouten Aniek (2022): Effects of a Multicomponent Lifestyle Programme for the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Practice-based evidence at two years compared to integrated standard careTripathy Amruta (2022): The cost-effectiveness of the bedaquiline-based treatment regimen for multidrug resistant- tuberculosis in Ethiopia & impact on decision makersMazurel Germaine Véronique (2021): Aligning Incentives in Long-Term Care in the Netherlands using a Principal - Agent Relationship FrameworkJäckel Susanne (2019): The importance of medication literacy for the adherence of antibiotic treatment and the potential influence on antimicrobial resistance