Marcin Czech is a full professor and head of the Department of Pharmacoeconomics at the Institute of Mother and Child in Warsaw, President of ISPOR, Poland Chapter, course director of postgraduate programmes at the Business School, Warsaw University of Technology, former Undersecretary of State/ Vice Minister at the Ministry of Health responsible for medicines policy and international cooperation.
He is the author of over 250 articles and reports in the field of management, health economics, pharmacoeconomics and quality of life, published both in foreign and Polish journals. He promoted over 150 master’s and diploma theses, he is a member of working groups (including the Polish Academy of Sciences), editorial boards and scientific specialist journals, and he is a reviewer of research works (also as an expert of the National Science Centre, the Agency of Medical Research), PhD theses and books, scientific articles, he participated in the implementation of scientific grants also those financed by the European Union. He worked in an international business and advisory environment where he was responsible for health economics and Real World Evidence.
A medical doctor by education (specialist in epidemiology and specialist in public health) holding PhD degrees in medicine and management, MBA; completed postgraduate studies in Health Economics, Leadership Academy, university training in socio-economic evaluation of medicines at the University of York, University of St. Andrews, Mc. Master University and several certified specialty courses.
He is the President of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research. Poland Chapter.