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Julie Bowen, the senior vice president of operations and chief legal officer at The MITRE Corporation, presented the Most Promising Scientist award to Connie Kim at the 38th annual BEYA STEM Conference.

Connie Kim is a renowned figure in the field of health program development and currently works as a health program and transformation lead at MITRE.

She has held several leadership roles across projects that support major health service organizations.

Connie also played a key role in a pandemic response project developed in partnership with public health agencies.

Her innovative approach and leadership in health program analysis have made her a rising star in the field.

Her work has continued to drive progress and improve health programs and systems.

During her acceptance speech, Connie thanked her employer for nominating her for the award and her mother, who was present in the audience, for shaping her into the person she is today.

She explained that her work has been a journey of collaboration with epidemiologists, physicians, health economists, and data scientists to build the right process for designing and evaluating clinical studies that use real-world data to understand how patients benefit from biomedical innovations.

Connie believes that their collaborative efforts will significantly advance Medicare patient access to innovative medical technologies. Looking ahead, she is confident that their work will continue to revolutionize healthcare policy, ensuring high-quality medical advancements are accessible to all.

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