Replay of the webinar available: Measuring Patient and Physician Benefit–Risk Preferences in Antipsychotic Clinical Trials

By Eva Katz

Recently, we shared an example of adopting benefit risk methodology to schizophrenia studies (click here for more information) and Eva Katz, the epidemiologist behind this nice case study, gave a webinar about it. The replay of the webinar is here:

 

Bio of Eva:

Eva Katz

Eva Katz

Eva Katz, PhD, MPH, RD is Associate Director of Benefit-Risk and Epidemiology at Janssen Research & Development.  In this role Dr. Katz serves as an internal consultant for benefit‐risk methodology and patient‐focused benefit‐risk assessment, guiding clinical teams across therapeutic areas in medication benefit-risk assessment using both qualitative and quantitative methods.  As part of the efforts to integrate the patient experience in clinical trials, Dr. Katz has helped integrate patient and physician preference surveys within phase 3 clinical trials. Eva also participates in external task forces on benefit‐risk assessment methods and patient focused drug development. Prior to her role in Benefit-Risk, Dr. Katz was part of the patient reported outcomes team at Janssen where she worked cross‐functionally to develop strategy for development, selection and implementation of Patient‐Reported Outcomes (PROs) in phase 2 and phase 3 clinical trials of pharmaceutical products across therapeutic areas. Dr. Katz received her B.S. in Nutritional Science from Rutgers University, her M.P.H. from the University of California, Berkeley and her doctorate in Nutrition Epidemiology from the Gillings School of Global Public Health, University