Alexandre Lemgruber is currently the Regional Advisor on Health Technologies Management at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), in Washington-DC, a position he holds since July 2011. He is responsible for providing technical support for the countries in areas such as Health Technology Assessment (HTA), regulation and management of medical devices.
From 2003 to 2011, Mr. Lemgruber was the Head of the Office of Economic Evaluation of New Technologies, at the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA), where he was responsible for proposing a price regulation policy based on HTA. He was the founder of the Brazilian Bulletin of HTA (BRATS), a member of the National Commission of Health Technologies Incorporation, one of the Brazil’s representatives at the MERCOSUR HTA Commission and one of the rapporteurs of the Brazilian Policy of Health Technology Management.
Alexandre Lemgruber, a national of Brazil, holds a degree on Chemical Engineering, a Master’s degree on Public Policies and specialization degrees on Health Economics and on Pharmacoeconomics.