Marina Shayevich

Marina Shayevich

About Marina Shayevich

Public health and policy researcher with experience in pharmaceutical market research, healthcare data management, and health policy analysis. 3+ years expertise in a wide range of health domains, including: clinical trials, addiction medicine, public health emergency management, health security, rare disease, mental health, women’s health, infectious disease, and vaccination.Background involves both qualitative and quantitative data analysis and visualization.

Diversity in Clinical Trials: Being Left Out

Diversity in Clinical Trials: Being Left Out By Marina Shayevich Why do African Americans develop breast cancers with significantly higher basal gene expression? 1 Why do Hispanics develop type II diabetes at an earlier age than other groups? 2 Understanding the functional reasons for disease processes is necessary to develop targeted treatments. Yet [...]

Social Listening to Understand the Unmet Needs of Patients

Social Listening to Understand the Unmet Needs of Patients By Marina Shayevich and Sara Ray Across healthcare, patients lament the imperfection of pharmaceutical treatment. Although grateful to have life saving and life improving medications, patients are often met with frustration at the limitations of their medications. Nowhere is that more evident than [...]