Angel Valladares provides strategic guidance and implementation support for various healthcare stakeholders, specifically on digital health, real-world evidence generation, quality measure development and adoption, and patient and provider engagement.
Angel also has specific experience with important topics such as health disparities, social determinants of health, and translational science. Over the past 5 years, Angel has helped lead the Malnutrition Quality Improvement Initiative (MQii), one of the largest initiatives advancing healthcare quality in nutrition for patients at-risk or diagnosed with malnutrition, and generating new evidence on best practices for malnutrition care.
Angel supports life science companies with execution of real-world evidence generation strategies, and multi-stakeholder partnerships with professional societies, patient advocacy organizations, and leading healthcare provider organizations. He has supported clients in the areas of nutrition, diabetes, oncology, mental health, and preventive care.
Prior to joining Avalere, Angel supported research at the University of Michigan’s School of Nursing, designing, implementing, and managing an NIH-funded research grant that led to several peer-reviewed publications. While at Michigan, Angel developed an innovative virtual platform for delivering evidence-based training to clinicians in a variety of disciplines and professions.
Angel received an MPH from the University of Michigan and a BS in biological science and anthropology from Florida State University.