Dr. Kyra Lee graduated from Caltech with a PhD in Chemistry in 2020 with a research background in bio-analytics and diagnostic device work. She specialized in semiconductor physics, 2-D materials, chemical synthesis, and data visualization/statistical techniques. She also held a scientific advising role at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP advising on various IP cases such as Caltech vs. Broadcom and Apple (error correction coding) which won a $1.1 billion dollar verdict in Jan 2020. She has experience in evaluating novel decision-making in HTA and outcomes, RWE, diagnostics and COVID-19 evidence and HTA. She also volunteered for the Federal Public Defender’s office in Los Angeles to advise as a science consult on various chemicals involved with methamphetamines to better equip the office on current/future drug cases. At the age of 22 she won the undergraduate researcher of the year in the 2012 American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Analytical Chemistry.