Naiyana Praditsitthikorn started her career path on Health Economics since 2006. Before working as a researcher at HITAP, she was a hospital and industrial pharmacist at Namkliang and Chaophaya Abhaibhubejhr Center Hospital respectively.
Her extensive knowledge relative to health services evaluation, deterministic and stochastic cost-effectiveness modelling, cost-effectiveness alongside clinical trial, advance evidence synthesis using Bayesian’s approach, cost of illness and micro-costing. Her most recent studies related to screening of cancer (i.e. cervix, colon and anus) and pharmacogenomics.
She has been a guest lecturer and co-advisor in many postgraduate programs. Her service for profession included of working as a member of the Subcommittee on Drug Reference Price of Ministry of Public Health, collaborating work with the World Health Organization, technical consultancy for many professionals and institutes.