Senior Director, Value and Evidence
Nicole directs U.S. and global projects to support multi-stakeholder medical device adoption and reimbursement. Nicole has more than 20 years of experience in health economics and research methods within academic, industry, and consulting roles. With her teams, she has successfully completed a wide range of project types including hospital value analysis briefs, market research surveys, economic sales tools, network meta-analyses, Delphi panels, and FDA clinical trial analyses. Nicole has co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed publications including a book reflecting her area of expertise, entitled: The Science of Commerce: Succeeding in a Changed Medical Device Market. She has a broad therapeutic knowledge-base, having worked across several disease areas for biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device products, including numerous medical device product types.
Nicole’s academic training includes a BSc in Biology and Pharmacology and an MSc in Health Research Methods, both from McMaster University.