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Tim Kanters (1983) studied Economics at Utrecht University. In 2007 he obtained a Master’s degree in Economics & Geography at this university and in 2008 he obtained a Master’s degree in Health Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Since 2008, he works as a scientific researcher at the Institute for Medical Technology Assessment. His promotion research comprises the assessment of cost-effectiveness of therapies in orphan diseases. The main focus is on the cost-effectiveness of enzyme replacement therapy in Pompe disease, a rare metabolic disease.


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