Diego Rosselli is a doctor at the Universidad del Rosario, in Bogotá, and a neurologist at the Military Hospital.

Diego Rosselli, a Colombian neurologist, trained at the London Institute of Psychiatry, and started his academic career as a neuroscience teacher. After obtaining his Master’s degree in Education in Harvard in 1993, he joined the Colombian Ministry of Health as Director for Scientific and Technological Development, in charge of performing health technology assessments. He then got a second Master’s, in Health Policy, at the London School of Economics.


Since then (1997) he has been teaching Health Economics at Universidad Javeriana, in Bogota. Rosselli has authored seven books and more than a hundred scientific articles in many aspects of clinical epidemiology, real-world evidence and health economics. He has lectured in pharmacoeconomics in 17 Latin American countries. He is currently the Chair of the Colombia ISPOR Chapter (2014-2018) as well as Chair Elect of the ISPOR Latin America Consortium (2018-2020).

He is currently Professor of Health Economics in the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics of the Faculty of Medicine of the Javeriana University and is Past President of the Colombia Chapter of ISPOR (International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research) and Chair ISPOR Latin America Consortium