Kate Dick is a Health Economist at Avalon Health Economics. She is responsible for project management, data analysis, statistical analysis, economic modelling, literature reviews, and report writing. Her specific experience and expertise include data analysis in Stata, economic modelling in Excel, statistical analysis of health-related quality of life data (e.g., EQ-5D), mendelian randomization models of causality, and conceptual models of the value of diagnostic imaging devices. Before joining Avalon, Kate worked as a Biologics Development Co-op at Momenta Pharmaceuticals, where she was responsible for a cell culture process development project. Prior to joining Momenta, she worked at Caliber Therapeutics as a Laboratory Assistant. Kate holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University.