Djøra Soeteman, PhD, is a research scientist at the Center for Health Decision Science. Dr. Soeteman’s expertise is in applied decision analytic methods and knowledge of health economics research. Much of her research has focused on developing models to evaluate the clinical benefits and cost-effectiveness of interventions in mental health care and other areas including multiple sclerosis, breast cancer, and cardiovascular disease. Her interests include how population-based models can be adapted to inform patient-level decision-making for example by incorporating heterogeneity of treatment effects and costs in decision models and designing patient decision tools to promote high value care.
Dr. Soeteman holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from Leiden University (2002) and a PhD in health economics from Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam (2010). She has completed her Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Center for Health Decision Science at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.