Chris is a Healthcare Associate with BSP whose engagements have focused on the firm’s Business and Clinical Strategy, Health Economics and Outcomes Research, and Medical Communications practices. His recent projects include:
Business and Clinical Strategy:
- Identified best practices for launching a novel gene therapeutic after a comprehensive investigation of successfully commercialized product analogues
- Developed a product development playbook for biological therapeutics based upon key regulatory, commercial, and clinical milestones
Health Economics and Outcomes Research:
- Analyzed EHR data for a study on the economic impact of errors in point-of-care testing devices
- Developed a series of manuscripts supporting the communication efforts of a medical device company developing novel products for hypotension and point-of-care testing
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Bioinformatics from Trinity College (CT). While at Trinity, he was an undergraduate research fellow at CT Children’s Hospital. As a senior, Chris presented an economic thesis on the impact of financial incentives on the physician labor market and developed an application for automating genetic analysis workflows. He has a strong educational foundation in the life sciences, project experience in econometrics and programming, and is currently pursing his CFA charter. In his spare time, Chris enjoys hiking, traveling, and exploring new restaurants.