Dr Jennifer Gill is an Associate Director at the Medicines Technology Research Group (MTRG) at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has a BSc in Pharmacology from The University of Aberdeen and a PhD in Genetics from The University of Edinburgh.
Before joining LSE, Jennifer worked as a Senior Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Research Department of Pharmacy Practice and Policy at University College London, acting as an academic consultant for a number of large, multinational companies. Working on the border of academia and consultancy has given Jennifer a unique insight into project management, health communication and knowledge transfer in numerous areas of public health and pharmacy policy, including issues around population ageing, the burden of chronic pain, the future of cancer treatment, MS and medicines access.
At LSE, Jennifer has worked with a number of pharmaceutical companies to analyse the use of real world evidence in decision-making across Europe, determine levels of implementation and resulting impact of external reference pricing within and across borders and develop the largest global survey of those with hepatocellular carcinoma in order to better understand the patient journey.
Expertise: pharmacology; genetics; project management; health communication; knowledge transfer; public health; pharmacy policy; chronic pain; population ageing; cancer; MS
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