Natalia has over 10 years of experience in behavioral research with 7 years of experience in the COA field.
Natalia responsibilities include the design, management, and analysis of health-related quality of life, and other patient-reported and clinician-reported outcomes projects. Her experience includes different qualitative studies including PRO instrument development, (systematic) literature reviews, as well as patient preference studies (i.e. discrete choice experiments, MCDA).
She has experience conducting research in a variety of therapeutic areas including ophthalmology, dermatology, mental health, respiratory, pain, transplant, infectious disease, oncology urology, and rare diseases.
Natalia graduated with a MSc in social psychology from the Radboud University in Nijmegen. She received her doctorate in Organizational Behaviors from the Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.