M.A. and B.A., economics, Université de Sherbrooke
Summary of Experience
Ms. Lafeuille specializes in health economics and outcomes research. She has conducted a wide range of analyses for the investigation of, among other topics, clinical efficacy, safety profile, cost of illness, resource utilization patterns, treatment patterns, and cost-effectiveness in a broad range of disease areas, including oncology, hematology, schizophrenia, asthma, diabetes mellitus, epilepsy, chronic kidney disease, and cardiovascular diseases. Ms. Lafeuille has extensive experience performing retrospective insurance claims database analyses, retrospective electronic medical record and chart review studies, clinical trial data analyses, and systematic literature reviews (including meta-analyses). Her research has been presented at numerous international clinical conferences, and she has published on various health economic topics, including treatment patterns, direct and indirect resource utilization and medical costs, and drug cost-effectiveness, in several peer-reviewed journals, including Neurology, Hypertension, Cancer, and Menopause. Ms. Lafeuille is a member of the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research.