Lydia is a Senior Research Consultant with experience in evidence synthesis activities including targeted reviews to inform early value frameworks and systematic reviews to support HTA submissions. She also has experience in conducting feasibility assessments for quantitative analyses including network meta-analyses, surrogate endpoint analyses, and post-hoc analyses of clinical trial data. As a consultant, Lydia has managed evidence synthesis projects across several disease areas including oncology, hematology, and neurology. From a methods perspective, Lydia has presented and written on the assessment of the validity of non-randomized studies and has worked with advanced statistical analyses including multivariate pattern analysis and mixed-effects modelling on brain imaging and behavioural data using MATLAB and R. Lydia holds a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Cambridge and she is particularly interested in interventions for neurological and psychiatric disorders.