Academic training can offer essential skills for professionals in health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) beyond the traditional academic career pathway. Whether you are a master or doctoral student or a professional working in HEOR, join this seminar to hear and discuss with our speakers about their experience at different academic stages.
Dr Ken Chin (Senior consultant and scientific lead, IQVIA)
Dr Chin obtained his PhD from Monash University and later worked for Monash University and the University of Melbourne as lecturer and research fellow. His expertise is in large datasets, data linkage and analyses for comparative effectiveness research and HTA.
Yeji Baek (PhD Candidate, Monash University)
Before starting her PhD, Yeji worked for different UN agencies and the government of South Korea, including United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Nepal, United Nations System Standing Committee on Nutrition (UNSCN) in Switzerland, and Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) to promote health and nutrition.
Ambrish Singh (PhD Candidate, University of Tasmania)
Before starting his PhD, Ambrish worked for eight years in HEOR, global pricing and market access roles with consulting (Optum, Inc.), pharmaceutical (Eli Lilly and Company), and medical device companies (Abbott Laboratories) in India. He has had a diverse experience of working in public, private, and higher education sectors.