Ms. Meghan Mitchell is an epidemiologist in the EpidStrategies division of ToxStrategies. She has more than a decade of experience in academia and consulting, and she has conducted epidemiological evaluations for numerous cancer types in multiple research arenas. Her work includes conducting systematic literature reviews and writing critical summaries, and she has supported pharmaceutical companies in understanding the burden of specific cancers and health events around the world. With a background in statistics, she has managed large databases, conducted numerous statistical analyses, and interpreted results for pharmaceutical companies, as well as prepared budget impact models.
Ms. Mitchell has epidemiological field experience as well. She managed all aspects of the design and implementation of a cohort study in Bedford Stuyvesant, New York, that examined the dynamics of infectious disease transmission, including the development of a pilot surveillance program to monitor the incidence of HSV-2 and HIV at numerous locations in Brooklyn, as well as writing grant applications, managing Institutional Review Board submissions, performing data analysis and quality control, preparing manuscripts, and presenting results.
Ms. Mitchell has served as an adjunct professor at Stevenson University in Lutherville, Maryland, and she has several published conference abstracts and peer-reviewed articles.