After working as a care coordinator for patients living with HIV in Indianapolis, Marysia was inspired to help get patients access to life-changing therapies on a larger scale. At DKP, she conducts and analyzes market research to identify important trends that may impact how those living with cancer and rare disease access and experience care. As a self-proclaimed nerd, she’s adept at sifting through complex information to find the “so what.”
Hardworking and quick to understand new concepts, Marysia values the learning environment and shared knowledge at DKP. She especially loves diving into the evolving science of cell and gene therapies and having a hand in improving patient access. She completed her Master’s in Public Health with a focus in health policy and management.
Marysia volunteers with the Humane Society for Boone County and has done equine therapy for children with autism and disabilities. With a soft spot for animals, she has a penchant for collecting and adopting cats, despite being a dog person. Marysia relaxes with gaming, reading The Witcher series, jamming out to music, and eating sushi at Sakura as often as possible.