With 16 years’ experience in the field of outcomes research, Robin serves as Principal Investigator on qualitative and quantitative research projects to develop and validate clinical outcome assessments for use in clinical trials. Her responsibilities at Evidera include designing and leading research studies, reviewing protocols, managing Evidera scientific staff, reviewing and analyzing data, leading literature reviews, moderating focus group discussions, and developing abstracts and manuscripts. She has expertise in a wide range of therapeutic areas, including respiratory diseases, women’s health, rare and ultra-rare conditions, pain, and oncology, among others. Robin has significant expertise and training in both qualitative and quantitative methods.
Prior to her current role, Robin worked with the Director of Operations for Medical Center Pharmacy, an affiliate of Yale New Haven Health. She also worked in the Community and Government Relations Department of Yale-New Haven Hospital. Her main focuses were to aid in the organization of a set of seminars spotlighting health issues for children and research health policy to create monthly reports for the hospital employees.
Robin’s work has been published in Pharmacoeconomics; AIDS Care; Health and Quality of Life Outcomes; Health Outcomes Research in Medicine; Cancer; Gynecologic Oncology; and Respiratory Medicine. Robin holds a PhD in epidemiology from the University of Pittsburgh and an MHA from Quinnipiac University.