Elizabeth Sirjani, PharmD, MBA is a Vice President of Digital Strategic Partnerships at AESARA. She brings over 20 years of experience in the fields of health economic research and real world evidence for the pharmaceutical industry, consulting organizations, and academia. Her experience includes economic model and dossier development, retrospective database research, outcomes research-related aspects of clinical trial design, payer advisory boards, and integrated evidence generation planning for pharmaceutical manufacturers. Elizabeth holds a PharmD and an MBA from the University of Arizona.
VP, DIGITAL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
Ypsilon is known as Pythagoras’ letter. The course of human life resembles the letter Y because every one of us at some point arrives at the place “where the way divides itself into two parts.” This place has special meaning for me, as the most important point to pause and thoughtfully ensure that we have chosen the best path before embarking upon it. In astrophysics, Ypsilon is also used to represent the relationship between light and mass – the visionary and the practical. I aim to strike the balance between each of these that is needed to optimize the full potential of any endeavor.
Areas of Expertise
- Business Development
- Evidence Generation Planning
- Social Media Analysis
PharmD, MBA, Health Economics and Outcomes Research PharmD, MBA, Health Economics and Outcomes Research, University of Arizona