Prior to joining Modus Outcomes in 2016, Anna had over five years of experience working in clinical research.
She spent three years at the Joslin Diabetes Center, where she was involved in a number of behavioral research projects focused on improving quality of life in youth with diabetes.
Anna completed a Masters in Public Health from Boston University in 2016 with a dual concentration in biostatistics and social and behavioral sciences.
In her time at Modus Outcomes, she has served as researcher and project lead in many different indications, including various types of cancers (solid tumors and blood cancers), autoimmune conditions, parkinsonian syndromes, and degenerative conditions of muscles and/or nerves.
Anna’s expertise includes: comprehensive desk research (targeted literature reviews, critical review of clinical outcome assessments, conceptual framework development, item-to-concept mapping), qualitative research projects (semi-structured patient interviews, moderation of focus groups, inductive coding), and quantitative analyses (descriptive statistics, interpreting different types of statistical outputs for reporting and interpretation). She has extensive experience conducting qualitative interviews, including those with more challenging groups of participants, such as young children, cognitively impaired or terminally ill adults, and caregivers to children with recent and/or life altering diagnoses.