Courtney Johnson is an Associate Scientist in the Real-World Evidence & Data Analytics Center of Excellence in Pharmerit International’s Bethesda, MD office. She is skilled in health economics and outcomes research and public health research. Her current work at Pharmerit involves using SAS and STATA to analyze claims, clinical trial, and chart review data to estimate health care resource utilization, treatment patterns, and clinical outcomes, in the following disease areas: opioid use disorders, bladder cancer, lymphoma, glioblastoma, renal cell carcinoma, antimicrobial resistance, and osteoarthritis.
Prior to joining Pharmerit, she worked on clinical research studies about anti-social behavior in youth and genetic causes of cardiovascular disease. Additionally, she analyzed data related to program impact at a non-profit global health organization, evaluated the capacity of civil society organizations in Ethiopia, and researched women’s health at a reproductive health non-profit. Courtney holds a Master of Public Health in Global Health from Boston University and Bachelor of Arts in Modern Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.