Maryam Mooghali, MD, MSc
Postdoctoral Associate; Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Yale School of Medicine
Project Title: Labeling of AI/ML-Based Software to Enable Transparency and Trust and to Address Ethical Concerns in Cardiovascular Care
Maryam Mooghali is a Postdoctoral Associate at Yale/YNHH Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE). She obtained her MD degree at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences in 2018. She soon realized the existing challenges and inefficiencies in health care delivery and decided to expand her knowledge in health informatics and explore digital health solutions for improving patient care. Thus, she moved to Canada in 2019 to pursue a Master’s degree in eHealth at McMaster University. Subsequently, she joined the Value and Evidence team at EVERSANA to focus on the clinical value and cost-effectiveness of novel pharmacological therapies and medical devices through conducting systematic literature reviews, meta-analyses, mixed treatment comparisons, and cost-effectiveness analyses. Evaluating the existing challenges in healthcare delivery and finding feasible cost-effective solutions are Maryam's main passions. She is interested in exploring the regulatory process and clinical adoption of pharmaceuticals and medical devices in the U.S.