Nina is passionate about bringing the patient voice to drug development. Her work is focused on developing and evaluating patient-centered outcome tools for use in regulated trials, conducting within trial studies on patient treatment experience, and providing strategic input and support to sponsors on their patient-focused measurement strategies and regulatory interactions.
Prior to her work in patient-centered outcomes, Nina taught research methods courses at the University of Massachusetts Boston, where she also earned her M.A. in Applied Sociology.
On weekends, Nina enjoys family dance parties in the kitchen with her two young children, or discovering new restaurants, books, and music during her (less frequent) kid-free nights.