University of Toronto
Health economics, Decision analytic modelling, Health technology assessment, Evidence synthesis, Health services research

Ayse is a PhD candidate at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto. Previously, she has completed her BSc in biology and MSc in experimental medicine at McGill University. Her doctoral thesis focuses on the application of decision analytic modeling methods to inform treatment prioritizing decisions around access to hepatitis c treatment and the use of meta-analytic methods to synthesize natural history estimates for hepatitis C (e.g., transition probabilities, time-to-event estimates) particularly for application in mathematical models. More broadly, her research interests include decision analysis, health economics, mathematical modeling, health technology assessment and health services research.