Oscar Patterson-Lomba

Vice President
Oscar Patterson-Lomba



Ph.D., applied mathematics, Arizona State University; B.S., physics, Montclair State University

Summary of Experience

Dr. Patterson-Lomba has broad experience using mathematical epidemiology and statistical approaches to address a wide range of health care research challenges. His expertise includes comparative efficacy and safety, indirect mixed-treatment comparisons, dynamic transmission models, predictive analytics, burden of illness, and individualized medicine, as well as designing and implementing analytics platforms to enhance research capabilities. Dr. Patterson-Lomba has applied statistical methodologies to study clinical and economic outcomes in a broad range of disease areas, including infectious diseases, oncology, psychiatry, immunology, and ophthalmology, and has experience using a variety of data sources, including clinical trials, administrative claims, medical charts, surveys, and medical literature. His research has also involved using complex dynamic models of infectious diseases to assess the cost effectiveness of interventions such as treatment, vaccination, and non-pharmacological strategies. His work has been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at clinical and economic research conferences. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Patterson-Lomba was a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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