This award will provides the opportunity for to engage in research that I find engaging and that I will hope will serve to improve decisionmaking in the context of new gene therapies and immunotherapies. Decision-makers are faced with the unenviable task of having to make decisions on increasingly expensive therapies with earlier and more uncertain evidence. This award allows me the opportunity to pursue research to help inform this process.
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University: BC Cancer
Department: Department of Cancer Control Research
Position: Senior Health Economist