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“I am excited to join ADVI and look forward to collaborating with the team and clients to deliver data forward solutions for market access and policy issues,” said David. “Analyzing data assets and recommending solutions to best leverage findings are areas where I feel I can excel and provide invaluable insight for our clients.”
Prior to coming to ADVI, David worked for the Health Service and Outcome Research Center at Emory University School of Medicine where he served as a biostatistician. During his tenure there David provided support for large-scale real-world evidence projects in kidney disease and transplantation. Prior to joining the Health Service and Outcome Research Center, David was a data analyst for both the department of cardiology and the department of pediatrics at the university. As an analyst, he was instrumental in computing and developing regression models and participated in patient-reported outcomes projects.
“We are delighted to welcome David to our ADVI SAVEs team,” said Caitlin Sheetz, vice president and head of analytics at ADVI. “David’s background in health services research will complement our growing outcomes research portfolio. His skills and experience as a biostatistician will help support our clients’ advanced analytics needs.”
David has a Bachelor of Science in biology from St. Lawrence University and a master’s degree in Epidemiology from The Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.
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