Erin Cook




Sc.D., cancer epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; M.P.H., health policy, Dartmouth College; B.A., French, Washington University in St. Louis

Summary of Experience

Dr. Cook is an experienced epidemiology and health outcomes researcher, with a particular focus on real-world data assessment. She has conducted multiple studies in a variety of therapeutic areas, including dementia, oncology, cardiovascular disease, nutrition, and chronic inflammatory disorders. Dr. Cook’s research has covered a wide range of methodologies, including health economics (e.g., policy analyses, cost-effectiveness analysis, budget impact models); systematic literature review and indirect comparisons; trial analysis; patient surveys; and retrospective database analyses (e.g., claims and electronic medical record research). She has presented her work at numerous conferences and been published in peer-reviewed scientific medical journals.

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