President & General Manager, Evalytica
Stephanie is currently the President & General Manager, Evalytica for Evidera, a leading provider of health economics, outcomes research, market access, data analytics and epidemiology services to the life sciences industry. She has more than 15 years experience working in the life sciences industry and is a thought leader in the development and standardized analytic technologies for large healthcare data sources. Stephanie previously worked for UBC, where she was responsible for overseeing the development and delivery of innovative software to facilitate rapid analysis of large patient databases utilizing an early version of the OMOP Common Data model. Prior to that, she held senior positions with ProSanos (acquired by UBC in 2010), and GeneFormatics, where she led the development of the company’s database and data mining technologies for identifying potential drug targets using genomic data. Stephanie has also been an active collaborator with OMOP and was the PI for several OMOP projects, including the development of the RICO cohort selection utility, the Observational Screening signal detection method, and the OSIM I and II data simulation programs. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Central Pennsylvania Life Sciences Greenhouse, a venture capital investment company that invests in early stage life sciences enterprises. Stephanie received her undergraduate degree from Widener University in Philadelphia and is currently pursuing her MBA from Penn State University.
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