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Project Director, Cancer Prevention and Control Program, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University

I hold a master’s degree in Public Health with a focus on Epidemiology from Freie University Berlin, Germany. I have over nine years of research experience in cardiovascular epidemiology and healthcare research, with main research areas in the epidemiology of chronic cardiovascular diseases, risk prediction algorithms, health promotion and interventions, health outcomes and health systems research, quality and efficiency in healthcare, and health technology assessment. I joined the Tobacco Regulatory Science field four years ago as a Project Director at the Department of Oncology at Georgetown University managing multiple federally-funded multi-site research projects. My research areas include health effects and use patterns of novel nicotine delivery systems with a focus on the use of simulation modeling for regulatory science. My research focuses on developing data inputs for state and federal policy simulation models by conducting systematic literature reviews, meta-analyses, and expert panels. My work intends to provide evidence to inform federal and policy decision-making.


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    Project Director, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University