Josh is well published and has extensive experience in finding creative solutions to demonstrate and communicate value in the life sciences. Most recently, Josh was Director of Global HEOR for the Hematology Franchise at Baxter. Josh received his PhD in Pharmaceutical Economics & Policy from the University of Southern California.
Josephine has dedicated her career to serving patients through her skills in strategy and health economics. Josephine has 18 years of experience in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, most recently serving as Vice President, HEOR and Pricing at Baxalta. Josephine is a pharmacist and received her PhD in Pharmacy Administration from the University of Oklahoma.
Tim has over 15 years of strategic marketing and medical communications experience at the Global, Regional and Country level across all aspects of product lifecycle and multiple therapeutic areas. He has worked at GSK, Novartis and Baxter, most recently as Global Brand Director and US Launch Leader. Tim received his degree in Pharmacology from Kings' College, Univ of London.
Gina has over 14 years’ experience building evidence in support of strategic research questions, working in both consulting and academia. Her experience focuses on product value strategy and outcomes research design & analysis, with a deep experience across multiple therapeutic areas. Gina received an MPH in Health Policy from Johns Hopkins University.
Christin Thompson, PhD
Christin’s prior HEOR consulting expertise includes developing clinical research and HEOR strategy in the biotech industry and providing litigation support for issues related to generic entry in the pharmaceutical market. Christin received her PhD in Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy from the University of Southern California.
Nicole has experience in multiple aspects of strategic commercialization consulting, including HEOR and PM&A. Her expertise includes economic modeling, dossier development, and pricing/reimbursement analyses. Nicole received her MSc in Public Health with a concentration in Health Economics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.