Elizabeth A. Brooks, Ph.D.


What drives me?
Excellence, achievement — for myself, for Decision Driver Analytics and for our clients. Delivering what clients want and what they need with every work product.

Beth launched DDA in 2006 to provide accessible health economics analysis and strategies that can be used to drive key product decisions for manufacturers and developers. A recognized expert in her field, Beth has designed scores of health economics models as well as dozens of market development programs. Especially known for an ability to make statistical results understandable and actionable, she has broad therapeutic experience with a variety of pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device clients. Prior to establishing DDA, she led the health economics group at PPD, Inc., managing business and strategic development for PPD’s medical communications, health economics and late-stage study services. Beth is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and has published peer-reviewed articles encompassing a variety of mathematical and health economics topics. Beth holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from Duke University.