I am Assistant Professor of Health Systems Engineering with a research interest in modelling and simulation methods to inform decision-making in healthcare and pharmaceutical research. This, as well as evidence generation for medical technologies. Further, we are actively persuing research in the use of real-world data to generate real-world evidence. As a part of this I am actively involved in the Center for Data Driven Health (CDDH).
With a background as a Licensed Pharmacist and PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences, I have published research on methods, application and evaluation of physiologically-based pharmacokinetics, systems pharmacology and population-pharmacokinetic modelling.