Deborah Marshall, PhD
University of Calgary
Professor, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary and Arthur J.E. Child Chair in Rheumatology Outcomes Research and former Canada Research Chair, Health Services and Systems Research. Her research focuses on the measurement of preferences, cost-effectiveness analysis, and simulation modeling of health services and interventions. Deborah has over 20 years of experience in health technology assessment agencies, academic institutions, and industry settings in Canada, US, and Europe. Founding co-investigator of Patient and Community Engagement Research Program (PaCER) programme in Calgary. Member of the International Society for PharmacoEconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Patient Preferences Special Interest Group and coauthor of three international Task Forces on Patient Preferences Good Research – Checklist for Conjoint Analysis in Health, Experimental Design and Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Discrete-Choice Experiments.