In her role at Putnam, Yemi is responsible for supporting the patient reported outcomes and preference elicitation team at a senior level.
Yemi completed her undergraduate degree in Business Economics at the University of Liverpool. She holds a Masters degree in Economics and Health Economics, completed at Sheffield University. Yemi’s PhD involved the development of a new patient reported outcome measure de novo, in the area of weight management targeted at the adolescent population. She currently co-supervises numerous PhD students whose topic area
focuses on the development and valuation of PRO tools across multiple disease areas.
Yemi has extensive experience and expertise in the area of quality of life measurement and valuation in a wide range of therapeutic areas. She also has extensive experience in a wide range of HTA studies in numerous disease areas, which includes rare conditions. Yemi has
successfully led the delivery of the health economics component of numerous large multidisciplinary randomised controlled trials.