Nicolae Done




Ph.D., health economics and policy, Johns Hopkins University; A.B., biochemical sciences, Harvard College

Summary of Experience

Dr. Done is a health economist with expertise in statistical and machine learning methodologies, which he applies to the study of a wide range of clinical and economic outcomes in health care. He has led and implemented analyses across the entire product lifecycle, from early-phase clinical trials to post-market real-world evidence (RWE) generation. He has experience in disease areas such as cardiology, neurology, hematology, infectious diseases and vaccines, dermatology, rheumatology, and rare genetic disorders. In his work, Dr. Done uses data from administrative claims, electronic health records, clinical trials, surveys, medical chart reviews, and the medical literature. His research encompasses a variety of study types, including policy evaluations, direct and indirect treatment comparisons, predictive analytics, risk adjustment and simulation, individualized medicine, disease epidemiology, burden of illness, disease treatment patterns, comparative-effectiveness research, systematic literature reviews, and economic modeling. Dr. Done’s research has been used to inform health care payer and delivery system policy, both in the US and globally; published in peer-reviewed journals; and presented at numerous clinical and economic research conferences. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Done was a research fellow at Boston University and a health economist at the Veterans Health Administration.