Qing Liu




Ph.D. and M.S., epidemiology, Brown University; B.S./M.D., preventative medicine, Peking University

Summary of Experience

Dr. Liu is an epidemiologist with expertise in biostatistics, clinical medicine, and public health. She has experience with real-world data analyses, including administrative claims and hospital-based database analyses, clinical trial analyses, and pharmacoeconomic modeling. Her research focuses on the evaluation and comparison of clinical and economic outcomes in a broad range of therapeutic areas, including hematology, oncology, rheumatology, and infectious diseases and vaccines. Dr. Liu’s work includes cost-effectiveness analyses, systematic literature reviews, comparative effectiveness research, and studies evaluating health care resource use and costs. Her work has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at conferences on medical and health care research. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Liu was a graduate student researcher at Brown University, where she focused on the interaction of genetic variants and dietary lipids in the field of cardio-metabolic health outcomes.