Interest Areas: Health Economics, Applied Econometrics, Population Data Analytics, Dynamic Panel Models, Health technology Assessment, Economic Evaluation
I am an applied economist with an interest in data-driven research that can inform policy and services, with a focus on health economics issues. My current research addresses questions related to the economics of medical technology, precision medicine, and multiple sclerosis. While I have mostly used secondary data – and I am experienced in analyzing large administrative population datasets from across Canada – I have also participated in designing and administering surveys to collect primary data.
Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE), at the University of British Columbia's Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. I hold a PhD (2020) and M.A (2016) in Economics from the University of Manitoba and a B.A (2014), also in Economics, from the University of Havana.