Ph.D. and A.M., statistics, Harvard University; B.S., applied mathematics, Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico
Summary of Experience
Dr. García-Horton is a statistician who specializes in the application of advanced statistical techniques to the field of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR). She has broad experience developing research and strategies in a wide range of disease areas, including diabetes, oncology, hematology, dermatology, psychiatry, neurology, and gastroenterology. Dr. García-Horton’s expertise includes causal inference for experimental and observational data, predictive modeling, statistical inference, missing data problems, Bayesian statistics, clinical trial design and analysis, indirect treatment comparisons, and retrospective claims database analyses. Her recent work includes developing network meta-analyses for regulatory submission, treatment patterns and economic outcomes research using retrospective claims analyses, development and analysis of patient surveys, clinical trial data analyses, and analyses of patient-reported outcomes (PROs). Dr. García-Horton’s research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at clinical research, health economics, and statistics conferences.
Patient and Oncologist Preferences for the Treatment of Adults with Advanced Soft Tissue Sarcoma: A Discrete Choice Experiment
The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research. January 19, 2019
Ivanova J, Hess LM, García-Horton V, Graham S, Liu X, Zhu Y, Nicol S
Characteristics, Treatment Patterns, and Economic Outcomes of Patients Initiating Injectable Medications for Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Japan
Diabetes Therapy. 2018 Jun;9(3):1125-1141