Dr. Ian Cromwell is a Health Economics Manager at CADTH, an independent non-profit agency responsible for providing Canada’s health care decision-makers with objective evidence about the optimal use of drugs and medical devices. In this role, Ian directs and provides scientific oversight to teams of researchers to appraise, analyze, and translate complex research data into policy recommendations to benefit the Canadian healthcare system.

Ian is also the former author of The Crommunist Manifesto, a blog focusing on the intersections between race, skepticism, atheism, and politics. Ian currently blogs about Open Source development in health economics at his website Healthy Uncertainty.