Mary Tran

Mary Tran, MS

SVP and GM, Data Insights
Data Insights
www.Syapse.com

Email: Mary.Tran@syapse.com

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Biography

Mary Tran currently leads Syapse’s Data and Insights department, working to generate high-quality research insights from Syapse’s real-world data platform. Together with her team of data scientists, epidemiologists, analysts, tumor registrars, implementation managers, visualization specialists and informaticians, they shepherd the transformation of data from disparate facts to evidence. Mary is an internationally recognized healthcare strategist and advisor with a long record of partnering with providers, industry firms, health technology assessment bodies, public regulators, payers and policy experts around the world to drive the delivery of high-value and cost-effective care. Mary’s work has focused largely on evidence generation, study design and data analytics. She previously served as the Clinical Programs Director at QURE Healthcare, leading a team of clinicians, analysts and researchers in the development of clinical utility studies for health tech coverage proposals as well as quality of care studies for health systems. While at Navigant Consulting, she spearheaded the development of its Global Market Access group, advising multinational pharmaceutical and medtech companies on study design and dossier development for coverage and reimbursement. As a former lead cancer data analyst at Sg2 Healthcare, she built sophisticated models to forecast the impact of hundreds of market factors on oncology care and service line management. Mary received her Master’s in International Business and Development from New York University. At NYU, she held research assistant positions focused on private sector development in the emerging markets and completed in-field research programs in China and Vietnam. She received her Bachelor’s from the University of Michigan, also completing a pre-medical curriculum. She served as a research assistant in the Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology and as a field researcher in Mexico, evaluating health system resources for HIV/AIDS prevention and care.

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