Ben has extensive experience in systematic literature reviews and meta-analyses. Prior to joining Cytel, he held a position as a Senior Clinical Evidence Analyst at the BMJ-TAG, an Evidence Review Group, reviewing and critically appraising evidence submitted to NICE for Health Technology Appraisal. Before this, Ben worked at the National Guideline Centre as a Senior
Anveer is a Research Associate at Ingress-health/Cytel based in the United Kingdom. She has completed a master’s degree in Health Economics and Policy from the University of Birmingham. She wrote her dissertation about the cost of providing informal care to children with long-term disabilities from meningitis and septicaemia in the UK. Prior to her role
Grammati worked in private consultancies leading HEOR projects and providing strategic guidance on evidence synthesis and clinical effectiveness analyses for early product value demonstration and HTA submissions. Grammati has gained RWE expertise on leveraging this data for health car decision making through her ISPE leading role in producing guidance documents (such as developing a RWE
Candice holds a MSc in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare from City, University of London. For her master’s thesis, she conducted an early cost-effectiveness analysis and targeted literature review in acute kidney injury. She has a pharmacist background, having graduated from a Master in Pharmacy from the University of East Anglia. As a Research Associate, she
Andreas has extensive experience in systematic reviewing and (network) meta-analysis, as well as synthesising evidence in support of HTA submissions, through multiple roles in HEOR consulting, payer settings, and academia. He previously held a senior researcher position at the National Guideline Centre (NGC), commissioned by NICE, to develop clinical, social care, and service delivery guidelines
Alex holds a BSc in Pharmacy from Taipei Medical University and a MSc in Health Economics and Decision Modelling from the University of Sheffield in the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR). He is a registered Pharmacist in Taiwan. During his MSc degree, he incorporated a Distributional Cost-Effectiveness into Sheffield Tobacco Policy Model to
Susi has a Masters in Economic Management and Policy from the University of Strathclyde and a Bachelors in Anatomy and Physiology from the University of Leeds. She has worked in the field of health economics, with a focus on modelling, for over 7 years both in academic roles at the University of Sheffield and the
Maria has a wealth of experience in global systematic literature reviews and strengthens the joint capabilities of Cytel and Ingress-Health in this field. As Vice President HEOR, Maria leads European projects from the United Kingdom.