In partnership with

Dr Mark Egan


Mark is an Advisor working across the Health and Research teams. He currently works on reducing nonurgent attendances at hospital emergency departments, improving the transparency of hospital procurement systems, and examining how psychological bias may impede good governance. Mark holds a PhD in Behavioural Science from the University of Stirling. His research examines the childhood psychological predictors of adult outcomes like unemployment, smoking and obesity, and has been published in journals such as Psychological Science, Health Psychology, and Leadership Quarterly. Prior to joining BIT, he worked as an English teacher in South Korea.

Policy Areas

Health and Tax, Research