I am a PhD Candidate in Health Decision Science at the University of Oslo and a Research Fellow at the Yale University School of Medicine. Additionally, I am a member of the Decision Modeling Center at the Amsterdam UMC. My research interests include the use of mathematical and statistical modeling to investigate the benefits and harms of various health interventions, evaluate their cost-effectiveness, and help decision-makers make more informed decisions. My work also focuses on the use of Value of Information methods to quantify uncertainty and design and prioritize future research. In my PhD project, I examine how real-world evidence can be beneficially used to improve medical decision-making by better reflecting the real-world practice in mathematical and statistical models.