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A recording of our webinar from February 15 2024: Fit-for-purpose matchmaking: A data selection and RWE approach for both regulatory and HTA audiences

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Key takeaways

  • Appreciate challenges and opportunities related to meeting diverse regulatory and HTA RWE needs and expectations.
  • Understand how to systematically evaluate RWD sources to meet different regulatory, HTA and payer expectations for various uses, inc. external control arms.
  • Learn how to design RWE studies to meet regulatory and HTA needs with relevant evidence synthesis, stakeholder insights, and other means.

Our speakers

Carole Longson MBE
Professor and Independent Senior Advisor

Carole is a respected leader in health technology assessment with considerable achievements in research, public and private sectors. She has unparalleled insight into the health technology innovation pipeline having pioneered the development of NICE’s health technology evaluation programs. After a career in drug discovery at GSK, Carole was an Executive Director at NICE from 2000 to 2018 and Chief Scientific Officer at the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry from 2018-20. Formerly President of Health Technology Assessment International, she is now an independent advisor including Life Science Advisor at NICE.

Allie Sosinsky
Director, Pharmacoepidemiology and Safety, Genesis Research Group

Alexandra (Allie) Sosinsky designs and implements observational research studies using secondary databases to support regulatory evidence generation needs. She is a trained pharmacoepidemiologist with over 12 years of experience leading label expansion, external comparator arm, natural history, and post-authorization studies. Allie received her ScM in Epidemiology and Maternal Child Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and previously held positions at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Women’s Mental Health.


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