International Women’s Day 2020: a day in the life of…
As part of our focus on gender parity in STEM for International Women’s Day 2020 (8 March), we have interviewed three pioneering female scientists from the real-world evidence field, exploring what a typical (or not so typical!) day entails for them.
As part of our focus on gender parity in STEM for International Women’s Day 2020 (8 March), we have interviewed three pioneering female scientists from the real-world evidence field, exploring what typical (or not so typical!) days entail for them.
In these features, discover insight from Christina Mack (IQVIA; NC, USA), Rita Faria (University of York; UK) and Manuela Di Fusco (Pfizer; NY, USA) – our newest Expert Panel member!
Christina Mack is an epidemiologist and computer engineer, with roles that merge these two disciplines. Mack is the Vice President of Epidemiology and Clinical Evidence at IQVIA (NC, USA), where she leads studies of medical devices and drugs, and heads the Sports Injury and Analytics division, running studies in injury prevention and athlete care.
Rita Faria is a health economics Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York (UK). Her research concerns the cost–effectiveness of health and care interventions, to help inform healthcare policy and clinical guidelines.
Manuela Di Fusco is a Director of Health Economics and Outcomes Research at Pfizer (NY, USA). She has more than 10 years of experience in the life sciences industry, having held senior leadership positions in health economics and outcomes research and market access across different therapeutic areas in the USA, Europe and Latin America.