Vladimir Zah, DPhil, brings more than 15 years of Health Economics technology and business experience. Since 2000, in various roles as Health Economist, Project Manager and Chief Investigator, Vlad has implemented more than 150 health economic models and assessments in the phase 2 and 4 settings across various disease areas for top 20 global pharmaceutical companies.
His PhD research on early vs. late HIV detection in the United Kingdom contributed to revisions in HIV early detection policies made by the UK Parliament in 2011.
He co-founded the Serbian Chapter of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) in 2007 and served as President of that chapter until 2012. Vlad is an active member of various ISPOR special interest groups (SIG) and is ISPOR Central East Europe Executive Committee Chair 2015-2017.
Aleksandra is a Project Coordinator immersed in both the Account Management and Project Management teams with a primary focus on project organization and implementation. She serves as a critical communication link between clients and the company.
Aleksandra joined ZRx Outcomes Research after a 12-year-long career performing similar task. She completed BSc English Language and Literature, as well as a second degree in Modern Languages. She coordinated over 200 projects over the last 13 years and lived in different parts of the world: Los Angeles, Belgrade, Turin and Barcelona.
Đurđa Vukićević PhD(c), MD, MSc is a HEOR Department Manager at ZRx Outcomes Research. She is a doctoral candidate at the Institute of Public Health, Medical Decision Making and Health Technology Assessment, at University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology in Hall i.T., Austria. Her doctoral thesis focuses on personalized treatment in the field of hematologic malignancies.
Đurđa Vukićević graduated from the Medical Faculty, University of Novi Sad, Serbia in 2011 by defending a Master Thesis in the field of clinical research. Until 2014, she has been working as a Junior Scientist at the Medical Faculty of Novi Sad.
Her current research focus is on evidence synthesis, meta-analysis and decision-analytic modeling in various medical fields.
Martina Imro, MSc, is a Human Resources Manager at ZRx Outcomes Research. Martina is responsible for extracting quantitative and qualitative data from healthcare databases and published sources of evidence. Furthermore, her tasks include defining future research questions, planning and executing data analyses within the scope of real-world evidence. Martina’s current research is focused on the field of addiction, in which she employs the evidence derived from complex databases to improve medical decision making.
Martina earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the Department of Medical Biochemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Belgrade. During her studies, she was a member of a scientific research team at the Institute of Medical Biochemistry, and was actively involved in its research activities and results presentation, as well as in the process of writing scientific articles.