Tell us about your background!
I’ve studied political science, economics and econometrics in Melbourne, Amsterdam and Stockholm.
How has your career at Quantify evolved so far?
I started as a part time research analyst during the last semester of my master’s degree in 2018 and started full time after graduation. Currently I work as a Project Leader while I’m also pursuing my PhD in health economics at the University of Oslo.
What is your main interest within your field of expertise?
Study design and data analytics.
How do you share your expertise?
Mostly through internal project meetings and client meetings. But given the nature of Quantify’s work, a lot of my and Quantify’s expertise is shared through academic research, which is pretty cool.
What happens on a really good day at work?
I think I prefer two different types of days, on either side of the scale. Either a day without any meetings and interruptions, where I can focus and think for the whole day. Or more hectic days with client meetings, internal project meetings and other types of interactions with colleagues.
Given that I work in Oslo, I also enjoy spending time at the Stockholm office from time to time and meet up with all colleagues (and off course, beat Mathias in ping-pong ).
What defines the Quantify culture?
Collaborative and friendly. Everyone’s always willing to set aside time, no matter how busy they are, to help you out.
Why did you choose to join Quantify?
The opportunity to apply rigorous research work in a consulting setting. I also really like the multidisciplinary nature of our work covering health economics, epidemiology, statistics and medicine.