Senior Director, Market Research, Access & Product Management
What I do at MMV:
I lead MMV’s market intelligence activities, including primary market research projects and secondary data analyses aimed at providing actionable insight to Access, R&D and Corporate Affairs teams. This work contributes to the understanding and shaping of the malaria ecosystem in partnership with global partners, national players and drug suppliers. I also support corporate efforts to measure MMV’s impact to share in official communications and support strategic discussions.
Why I work at MMV:
I work at MMV because unlike many non-communicable diseases, malaria can actually be treated and prevented. The toll that malaria imposes on children and infants is enormous, and I am honoured to be part of an organization that focuses on reducing this burden.
More about me:
I have over 20 years of experience in market research and business intelligence in healthcare. I started my career with a Netherlands-based market research agency before moving to Merck Serono where I was Head of Business Intelligence for their Fertility and Endocrinology products. Prior to joining MMV, I worked for an investment company running market research projects for a broad range of diseases in Europe and the US. I hold a PhD in molecular biology and an MBA from Poitiers University, France, and a Master's in Public Health from King’s College London, UK.
Ask me about:
Data accuracy and data interpretation. Outside of work, I am a board member of Health Builders, a Rwanda-based NGO whose mission is to strengthen delivery of care through infrastructure building and healthcare staff training. I am also interested in discussing tips and tricks to reduce our use of plastic.