Ms Harriet Smith

Research Assistant (Measures for clinical trials)

Hattie is working on a project which will aim to support the emergence of a consensus position on standardized views or outcomes for evaluating therapeutic benefit in clinical trials of tinnitus.

Hattie graduated from University of Leeds in 2011 where she was awarded a BSc Honors degree in Neuroscience. After graduating, and before joining us, Hattie worked as a Research Manager within healthcare market research, where she conducted an extensive range of qualitative and quantitative international research studies across a variety of therapy areas, methodologies and respondent types. Whilst in this role Hattie developed a strong passion for a continued career in research.

Expertise summary
Hattie has considerable experience within both qualitative and quantitative research methods and the management of multi-country recruitment and fieldwork. She has also had the opportunity to coordinate several projects centred around the evaluation of developmental agents, clinical trial design and product endpoints. Additionally, Hattie has experience in qualitative moderation, including face-to-face interviews and focus groups with key opinion leaders, clinicians and patients. Hattie is enjoying having the opportunity to apply and develop her existing research skill-set to her role on the tinnitus study.