Jean Paty, PhD, is an acknowledged leader in the effective strategies and practices of capturing patient perspective data for use in the clinical development and commercial success of new medical products. He has not only published extensively in the areas of patient reported outcomes (PRO) and electronic PRO (ePRO), but also on the regulatory guidance for development and implementation of ePRO. He has worked closely with the international industry and regulatory agencies on ePRO best practices.
Dr. Paty’s work is well-referenced in a wide variety of peer-reviewed journals and in numerous conferences and events, where he has presented his findings on the scientific, clinical, and regulatory implications of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA) data collection in clinical trials.
Dr. Paty has a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Toronto and an M.S. and PhD in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Paty joined Quintiles (now IQVIA) from invivodata (now ERT), where he was most recently Chief Scientific and Regulatory Advisor, Outcomes. Dr. Paty has collaborated with industry and regulatory agency groups on PRO and ePRO best practices, and has partnered with invivodata Co-Founder Dr. Saul Shiffman since 1990 on the creation of real-time/real-world solutions to study patient experience. He has also held positions in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, PA, and the Addiction Research Foundation (Toronto, Canada). Recent publications include articles on regulations guiding development and implementation of patient reported outcomes (PRO), and electronic implementation of PROs (ePRO).