29 August 2023
Dr Adrian Rabe has joined LCP’s growing Health Analytics team as Medical and Scientific Affairs Lead and a Principal. His appointment will further strengthen the team’s expertise, helping organisations to leverage the potential of real-world evidence through innovative communication and visualisation approaches.
Adrian joins LCP from AstraZeneca, where he was Global Medical Affairs Lead, which followed time in consultancy, clinical medicine and academia. Adrian’s work has focused on embedding evidence-based healthcare practice changes with experience across many healthcare systems and markets, including the UK, the US, Europe and the Asia-Pacific. Adrian’s dedication to teaching and research has garnered an appointment as Visiting Professor of Primary Care and Public Health at the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London, which he continues to hold.
Dr Rabe has more than 15 years of experience across life sciences, medical affairs, clinical development, real-world evidence, epidemiology, and health policy. Beginning his career specialising in General Internal Medicine in the Philippines, Adrian has utilised his varied expertise to build data-driven global value dossiers that provide cohesive and compelling propositions for new medicines and innovative policies in health systems and markets. He has extensive experience in complex multi-stakeholder work across life sciences, government and non-governmental organisations.
Outside of work, Adrian is also a member of Mensa and a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health.
Dr Adrian Rabe commented, “LCP’s Health Analytics team has rapidly achieved a reputation across the life sciences industry for developing innovative solutions for some of the greatest challenges to population health and healthcare systems today. I am delighted to join LCP at this exciting time to support clients across Medical and Scientific Affairs through leveraging the value of real-world evidence and innovative visualisation approaches.”
Dr Jonathan Pearson Stuttard, Head of LCP’s Health Analytics team, added: “I am delighted that Adrian has joined LCP Health Analytics. His expertise across the life sciences industry, academia and clinical medicine gives him unique perspectives to help clients cut through the vast amount of real-world data to provide actionable insights across the medical and policy community to improve patient and population health.”
LCP’s Health Analytics team brings clarity to decision-makers in a world where health and the demand for healthcare are becoming increasingly complex. Through tackling the greatest challenges facing health systems, from ageing populations and multimorbidity to the opportunities of new medicines and technologies, the team aim to help shift health systems from importers of illness to exporters of health. The team work with a range of clients across life sciences and the public sector and recently published work quantifying the societal insurance value of developing novel antimicrobials.