Newcastle UniversityUnited Kingdom
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Marie Curie Research Fellow
Newcastle University
Romania, Spain, United Kingdom, Eastern Europe

My passion lies in improving people’s health and well-being, with special interest in developing effective and accurate ways to measure self-reported health. During my doctoral studies in public health, I worked in the field of mental health, developing two questionnaires designed to improve doctors’ detection levels of depression and anxiety disorders. With a background in pharmacy, I have work experience in industry, academia and consultancy. Most recently, I have worked for a research consultancy conducting systematic reviews of drugs efficacy and general burden of disease studies. Currently I am working as a Marie Curie Research Fellow at Newcastle University on project that aims to measure quality of life in Romania.

United Kingdom
Catalan, English, French, German, Romanian, Spanish
  • Nov 2016. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 19th Annual European Congress, Vienna, Austria. Poster presentation: “Market access in the context of economic crisis: insights from several European countries”
  • Jun 2015. The European Congress of Epidemiology, Maastricht, the Netherlands. Oral presentation: “The role of functional disability assessment in the diagnosis of common mental disorders: a comparison of three different instrument”
  • Feb 2015. BiblioPRO's II Scientific Meeting, Barcelona, Spain. Oral presentation: “Validation of functional disability measures for diagnosing anxiety and depression: PROs versus clinical measures”
  • November 2014. International Society for  Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 17th Annual European Congress, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Oral presentation: “Diagnosing Anxiety Disorder in Primary Care: A Systematic review and meta-analysis”
  • September 2013. Latin American Congress “Epidemiology and Public Health”, Granada, Spain; Oral presentation: “Validation of symptom-severity scales for diagnosing patients with mood and anxiety disorders”
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