CMTP Announces New Hires, Open Positions

September 25, 2014


Baltimore, MD - September 25, 2014 – CMTP announces the addition of three new team members: Marty Johnson, Rob Conley, MD, JD, MPH, and Pei Koay, PhD.

Marty Johnson joins CMTP as the marketing and project coordinator, and will support multiple projects at CMTP, including the Green Park Collaborative.  She will maintain CMTP’s stakeholder database and SharePoint sites.  Prior to joining CMTP, Ms. Johnson worked for the Business Development and Strategic Alliances team at Johns Hopkins Medicine. 

Dr. Conley, a research manager at CMTP, will primarily work within the Green Park Collaborative.  He will also support a number of projects relating to health policy and research infrastructure. Dr. Conley previously practiced law in the food and drug regulatory and product liability litigation practices.  His research experience includes bench and clinical research, as well as cost-effectiveness Markov modeling.

Also a research manager at CMTP, Dr. Koay is currently working on various stakeholder engagement projects with qualitative research components. Prior to CMTP, Dr. Koay served as program manager to the Biotechnology History and Policy program, at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, where she oversaw and spearheaded program and research development on historical and public policy issues related to personalized genomic medicine, biopharmaceutical development, and patient participation in scientific research.

Information about additional open positions can be found at:

About CMTP
CMTP is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that aims to make health care more effective and affordable by improving the quality, relevance, and efficiency of health care research. We focus on the design and implementation of comparative effectiveness research to produce information that helps patients, clinicians, and payers make informed treatment and policy decisions. CMTP provides a trusted forum in which a broad range of stakeholders can collaborate to identify important research questions, design appropriate studies, and develop innovative partnerships to implement these studies.

Julie Simmons
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