Within the real-world evidence group, Kristin serves as the scientific lead for REMS programs, pregnancy registries, and other related studies. She earned her PharmD from the University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, and her MPH, with a focus in epidemiology and biostatistics and a certificate in maternal and child health, from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. At Evidera – Evidence, Value, & Access by PPD, Kristin’s focus is the design and analysis of REMS surveys and pregnancy registries. Prior to this, she was employed as a pharmacoepidemiologist at a specialty CRO in Baltimore, Maryland, where she analyzed and synthesized epidemiologic data and was involved in the design of patient registries for rare diseases. Kristin is a licensed pharmacist in the state of New York and practiced in the retail setting for six years prior to her employment in the pharmaceutical industry. During the course of her education, she also worked as a research assistant at Johns Hopkins University, participated in international field work in Bangladesh, and trained as a pharmacist in a variety of care settings. Kristin’s experience extends across a broad range of therapeutic areas including infectious, chronic, and rare diseases. Her combined education in pharmacy and public health offer a unique perspective to pharmacoepidemiological research.