Director of Data Science, OMOP
Sarah is the Director of Data Science for IQVIA. She leads a team of data scientists who create and execute a number of studies using IQVIA’s converted OMOP data assets. It is also her mission to increase both her and her team’s presence within the OHDSI community, contributing both technical expertise as well as knowledge sharing.
Prior to joining IQVIA, Sarah has built her career over the last 20+ years within the UK health sector – conducting large scale Public Health analytics within the NHS, leading in data management both for the Department of Health and the General Medical Council, as well as designing and implementing data lakes and the creation of a new Data Science function for a UK Private Medical Insurance company.
Sarah joined the OHDSI community in 2018 and is an active member of various OHDSI working groups. She strives to extend her OHDSI collaboration further by offering further support in the community and to perform OMOP tutorial trainings. She also enjoys bringing her more creative side to the community.
Yongqun “Oliver” He, Khadeejah Kahn et al. Ontology-based representation and analysis of kidney adverse events following vaccinations 2019 March 26
Anastasios Siapos et al. National-Level Estimates from RWE: Producing Fast Projected Outcomes of Drug Exposure Based on Pharmacy and Medical Claims using OMOP CDM 2019 Sept 12