With colleagues from some twenty different countries, we are a truly international team and a reflection of the melting pot that is Berlin! Here you can meet our Management team.
Gijs Hubben is a health economist and one of the founders of BaseCase. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, including on the cost-effectiveness of infectious disease interventions, and screening strategies for hospital acquired infections. Gijs has a multi-disciplinary background; his understanding of pharmacy, health economics and emerging technologies lies behind the unique products offered by BaseCase.
CTO Diarmuid Glynn oversees all technical aspects of software development at BaseCase. He graduated from NUI Galway with first-class honors in mathematics and computing, and went on to conduct research into artificial intelligence with support from an IRCSET scholarship. Before co-founding the company, he worked as a consultant to the telecommunications industry, developing large-scale enterprise software.
With extensive experience in software and user interface design, Jeff is responsible for all user-facing aspects of the BaseCase platform. His previous professional experience includes developing data visualizations used by NASA, writing system software for assembly line automation, leading development of a synchronization server for the telco industry, and releasing various consumer desktop apps for Mac and Windows.
After receiving a first class degree in biology from the University of Edinburgh, Atlanta obtained a master’s from the prestigious LSHTM, specializing in health economics. At BaseCase she has overall responsibility for the consulting team, managing the development of our clients’ value communication tools and driving innovations in the way we present complex health economic evidence.
An experienced designer and front-end developer with a focus on user interface design, Antonio studied computer engineering at the University of Pisa before founding a web design company and working with clients such as the Italian National Research Council, the University of Pisa and Papermine. As well as providing UI/UX design support to clients, he is responsible for both front-end and back-end web development at BaseCase.
A lawyer by education, Marie’s focus on the economics of pharmaceuticals at Columbia University kick-started a career centered on the life sciences industry. Since gaining her master’s she has held senior positions in corporate law working with pharma, biotech and medical device executives. As Key Account Manager at BaseCase, Marie’s background affords her a unique sensitivity to the particular needs of our clients.
Graduating from NUI Galway with a Bachelor of Commerce, Séamus’ career in the life sciences industry includes experience within both start-ups and multinationals. His role is to engage with our audience, helping new and existing clients identify the features and applications of BaseCase that are most beneficial in the context of their particular business needs.
Graduating from the University of Aberdeen with an MA in economics and an MSc in health economics, Dmitri’s research focused on the role of time preference on health behaviors. His work on this subject was accepted for presentation at the Health Economics Study Group meeting and the world congress of the International Health Economics Association. He joined BaseCase after working on a cost-effectiveness analysis of hip and knee replacement operations for a major health insurance fund.
Driven by a long-held interest in mathematics and algorithms, Radoslaw studied computer science at the universities of Warsaw and Edinburgh, graduating in 2014. He went on to develop financial tools at JP Morgan and UBS, before supporting backend development at Silicon Valley-founded imo, a popular messaging app. At BaseCase, he is mostly responsible for back-end development.
BaseCase is a rapidly growing company and we are always eager to hear from talented and experienced applicants in the fields of software development, health economics or sales and marketing.