My poster presentation at ISPOR Tokyo 2018

Presenting at the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) conference last week in Tokyo marked the first debut of my brainchild in health economics pertaining to the optimal resource allocation for health-related quality of life improvement at given budget constraint, health state, and the present value of future public health spending. I was surprised by the positive feedback received from clinical pharmacists and health outcomes research professionals during the author discussion hour, and I am so very grateful for all the questions and comments received from the conference attendees.

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Ph.D. in Economics with interests in Life Science, Behavioral Science, Health Economics Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment. Executive MBA student at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Hong Kong, graduating in 2020.

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