Alice Dragomir is an Assistant Professor at the McGill University, Faculty of Medicine, and Scientist in Health Economics and Outcomes Research at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center. She is an Economist and Biostatistician with Master’s degree in Statistics and Doctoral degree in Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics, from University of Montreal, Canada. She has 14 years of experience in academic research. She was involved in research projects focused on evaluation of health outcomes and health economics related to different treatment strategies, adherence to treatments, health services utilization and disease modeling. Her current research is focused on clinical and economic evaluation of different treatments strategies offered to patients with prostate cancer or other urologic cancers. She has an extended experience in analyzing administrative healthcare databases and disease modeling. Her research represents a valuable tool for decision-makers and clinician leaders while evaluating the clinical and economic impacts of innovative treatments.
Cancer Studies Cancer prevention Oncology