Diane Dinar-Farjon is the Research Lead overseeing Expanding Access & Pricing research across the Access to Medicine Foundation's research programmes. She is a pharmacist by training and holds a PharmD. Degree from the University of Paris-Saclay and a Master’s Degree in Health Economics and Market Access from the University of Paris-Dauphine. She completed a thesis on the reimbursement and price setting mechanisms for innovative medicines in France, Germany, and Italy.
Before joining the Foundation, Diane worked for four years at a multinational pharmaceutical company, where she held both regional and local positions in Market Access, Pricing, and Regulatory Affairs. Her focus was on marketing authorisation processes, European pricing strategies and access to oncology and anti-infective medicines in France.