Joy Eckert is a Research Associate at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, working on policy issues related to biomedical innovation and real-world evidence. Her research focuses on key considerations for drug development and regulation. Previously, she worked as a Public Health Analyst for the DC Department of Health on programs related to the opioid overdose epidemic. She also worked at George Washington University researching how pharmaceutical marketing impacts health care. Joy graduated from Presbyterian College with Bachelor’s degrees in Applied Mathematics and French and from George Washington University with a Master’s of Public Health in Epidemiology.
Understanding the Need for Non-Interventional Studies Using Secondary Data to Generate Real-World Evidence for Regulatory Decision Making, and Demonstrating Their Credibility
Nirosha Mahendraratnam, Joy Eckert, Kerra Mercon, Katherine Frank, Morgan Romine, Adam Kroetsch, Rachel Sherman, Gregory Daniel, Mark McClellan
Adding Real-World Evidence to a Totality of Evidence Approach for Evaluating Marketed Product Effectiveness
Nirosha Mahendraratnam, Kerra Mercon, Joy Eckert, Morgan Romine, Adam Kroetsch, Katherine Frank, Rachel Sherman Gregory Daniel, Mark McClellan
Kerra Mercon, Nirosha Mahendraratnam, Joy Eckert, Christina Silcox, Morgan Romine, Kathryn Lallinger, Adam Kroetsch, Huzyfa Fazili, Marta Wosińska, Mark McClellan