Anja Schiel has studied Biology at the Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, Germany. She received her PhD from the Free University in Amsterdam in 2006 and worked several years as Post-Doc on a range of subjects focusing on oncology, immunology, and molecular biology, first at the University of Leiden and later at the University of Oslo, before starting at the Norwegian Medicines Agency (NoMA) in 2013.
At NoMA she is working as a special adviser/Statistician/Methodologist both on regulatory (EMA) and HTA projects. She has been Chair of EMA’s Biostatistics Working Party 2017 - 2019 and is currently the Chair of the Scientific Advice Working Party at EMA. In addition, she has been heavily involved in EUnetHTA activities, with a focus on parallel EMA-HTA scientific advice. She is furthermore involved in several academic and PPP projects as a member of their Scientific Advisory Boards.
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