Kristin provides research support to principal investigators and project managers to prepare and conduct targeted and systematic literature reviews. Prior to joining Evidera, she worked at ICER, where she managed SLRs of clinical evidence for health technology assessments on a variety of topics including rare diseases. Her role at ICER included developing PICOS, executing search strategies, and overseeing screening and extraction for clinical comparative effectiveness analyses. She also contributed to economic model development during her time there. Kristin has also conducted targeted literature reviews related to cholera and emerging infectious disease vaccines as an independent consultant. She has experience as a research technician conducting laboratory research related to molecular biology, microbiology, and ophthalmology. She completed her MPH from Boston University, including a certificate in their pharmaceuticals program, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences from the University of Pittsburgh.