In addition to managing global real-world evidence teams, Radek routinely contributes to conceptualizing advanced study designs of observational studies, with a main focus on European data sources. He has extensive applied research experience in designing and executing health economic, health services, and multidisciplinary research.
His past and ongoing research includes analyses aimed at evaluating burden of illness or effectiveness of healthcare interventions related to such therapeutic areas as oncology, pain, infectious diseases, and women’s health. His published works include several applied and theoretical investigations of recurrence of pain. His research also includes investigations of the relationship between healthcare interventions and work productivity.
Prior to joining Evidera, Radek was a research scientist at the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, where he developed an extensive expertise with multi-level claim and secondary databases as well as with different aspects of research project quality review. His research also included several literature reviews of health and productivity of the workforce. His work was presented at numerous conferences, including ISPOR, and has been published in International Journal of Women’s Health, Journal of Medical Economics, International Journal of Technology Assessment, Pain, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, Spine, Spine Journal, Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health and Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation.
Radek holds a PhD and MA in economics from the University of Connecticut and an MSc in finance and banking from the University of Economics, Poznan, Poland. He held adjunct appointments at Trinity College (USA) and the Harvard School of Public Health.