Mag. Katharina Habimana is an economist by training and involved in several projects related to pharmacoeconomics. She is member of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Pharmaceutical Pricing and Reimbursement Policies team and contributes to the Centre's consultancy and to national, EU and international projects on pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement. Until the end of 2020, she was responsible for policy matters at the Austrian National Public Health Institute (Gesundheit Österreich / GÖG). Currently, she works as a consultant to the Institute. Katharina Habimana holds a master’s degree in economics from the Business University Vienna and has been working at GÖG since 2011. She has extensive experience in project management, facilitating processes (e.g. Austrian healthcare reform), drafting reports on health systems (e.g. as co-author of the Austrian HIT profile) and profound knowledge of research methods (health economic modelling, econometrics, multi-criteria decision making analysis, quantitative and qualitative interviews, data management).