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July/Aug. 2014
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Talent Pool
Pharma Pool Stephen Aselage Retrophin Names President and Chief Operations [...]
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Ann Grey

On the Calendar
August 5-6 2nd Annual Medical Affairs Leaders Forum Asia Le [...]
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By Heather Hummel

PharmaTrax
Sales, Marketing, and R&D Trends from Industry Analysts TMF Survey [...]
By

Denise Myshko

Tools of the Trade
Veeva Systems Introduces Commercial Cloud for Life Sciences Trending Now: [...]
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Denise Myshko

What’s New
Global Outcomes Group Launches to Support Outcomes Research Trending Now: [...]
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Denise Myshko

2014 PharmaVOICE 100 – Who’s on the List by Company
Who’s on the List — 2014 Indexed by Company Affiliation [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

UpFront
INDUSTRY at Large Kowa and Football Player Help those with [...]
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Denise Myshko

Letter from the Editor
The 2014 PharmaVOICE 100 The PharmaVOICE 100 Turns 10! It’s [...]
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Taren Grom, Editor

On The Cover

PharmaVOICE 100 – Who’s on the List by Section
These extraordinary leaders, representing a wide range of industry sectors and functional areas of expertise, are having a positive impact on their colleagues, their companies, and the greater healthcare community. See who you know! Who’s on the List — 2014 Indexed by Section The Academics Dr. Molly Carnes — University of Wisconsin-Madison Dr. Yvonne Paterson [...]
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Taren Grom, Editor

Features

The Researchers & Scientists
Dr. Rob Kotin Seeing the Big Picture in Gene Therapy Driven to innovate by Curiosity One of the most influential thought leaders in gene therapy today, Rob Kotin, Ph.D.’s work has the potential to make a lasting impact on the lives of patients suffering from debilitating diseases of the central nervous system. His basic science [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

Meeting the Industry’s Challenges
The PharmaVOICE 100 honorees discuss the challenges facing the pharmaceutical ­industry, from maintaining innovation and the cost of development to changing regulatory and payer environments to the challenges of the industry’s business model. When asked about the challenges pharmaceutical companies face, many of the PharmaVOICE 100 honorees mention the need to find new approaches to [...]
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Denise Myshko

Giving Back through Mentoring
The PharmaVOICE 100 honorees talk about the satisfaction that comes from helping others succeed and how they learn from the mentoring relationship. Giving back through mentoring Many of the PharmaVOICE 100 credit their mentors for helping them succeed in their own careers, and many act as a mentors either formally or informally to pay it [...]
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Denise Myshko

Future Breakthroughs
The PharmaVOICE 100 discuss what’s on the research and commercialization horizons The PharmaVOICE 100 honorees had much to say about where they thought future breakthroughs will be. On the development side, personalized medicine and advances in cancer immunology will create new breakthrough treatments for patients. Additionally, technology in general and mHealth, EMR, and cloud-based systems [...]
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Denise Myshko

10 Years of Honorees
PharmaVOICE Honoree Year(s) Adrian Adams 2012 Colleen Adams 2009 Julian Adams, Ph.D. 2008, 2011 Thomas Adams 2005 Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D. 2014 Lisa Adler 2014 Ann Aerts, M.D. 2014 Michael Agard 2010 Gadi Aharoni, Ph.D. 2006 Christopher Ahlberg, Ph.D. 2005 Mark J. Ahn, Ph.D. 2005 Murray L. Aitken 2005 Johanna Allston, Ph.D. 2010 Al Altomari 2007 [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

Red Jacket Awards
PharmaVOICE is proud to introduce The Red Jacket Award in celebration of 10 years of the ­PharmaVOICE 100. In 2014, this hall of fame award recognizes six industry visionaries who are ­dedicated to reshaping their sector of the healthcare ecosystem. They are innovators and they are great leaders. And, like all of our PharmaVOICE 100 [...]
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Taren Grom, Editor

The Technologists
Will Cheung Business Intelligence Meets Clinical Data Driven to innovate by Inefficiencies When problem solving, Will Cheung takes a step back to look at the big picture and identify common themes to see what clicks. He challenges traditional project plans and digs deep to create customized, customer-focused approaches. In his role as director of customer [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Strategists
Lisa Adler Champion of Customer Engagement Driven to innovate by Progress Now more than ever, corporate communications plays a key role in creating a positive and engaging corporate culture that attracts and retains top scientific, managerial, and business operations talent while providing an innovative and collaborative atmosphere where employees are encouraged to participate at all [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Patient Advocates
John Glasspool Changing the Access Conversation Driven to innovate by People Market access is dead and the new driver of change and progress in healthcare is patient access. That’s the view of John Glasspool, who heads Baxter’s global market development program. With a dedicated focus on patient interests, Baxter has charged Mr. Glasspool with bringing [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Mentors
John White Mentor, Expert, Leader Driven to innovate by Possibilities Last year, John White ran 60-kilometers (37 miles) to celebrate his 60th birthday. Not only did he complete the race, but he used the event to create a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society (ACS). Called the 60 for 60 Race, it took place in [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Marketers
Dr. Jeffrey Berg Curiosity Captivates the Client Driven to innovate by Survival Combining a unique blend of medical knowledge, curiosity, and pragmatism, Jeff Berg, Ph.D., has exactly what it takes to deftly oversee client services in healthcare marketing. It’s a role that requires scientific knowledge, an understanding of strategies and channels, and collaboration and effective [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Entrepreneurs
Daniel Ghinn Digital Engagement Driven to innovate by Vision As cofounder of Creation Healthcare, a digital training, research, and planning consultancy, Daniel Ghinn is focused on helping some of the world’s largest healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations integrate digital channels into their corporate and brand campaigns. He started Creation Healthcare with his wife Joanna, and together, [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Creatives
Paul Harrington Beyond the Brand Driven to innovate by Nonsense Paul Harrington is tireless in his commitment and passion to bring brands to life. He was the driver behind Palio+Ignite’s huge global campaign for the world’s first, once-weekly treatment for type 2 diabetes Bydureon. Seven years after pitching the account, and subsequently winning the entire [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Commanders & Chiefs
Michelle Keefe An Engaging Presence Driven to innovate by Excellence In just two years, Michelle Keefe has had a hugely positive impact at Publicis Touchpoint Solutions. Always coming up with unique, clever, and reasoned solutions, she combines a confident and energetic presence with a warm, approachable manner, and a laugh that is contagious. A skilled [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Clinical Specialists
Michael Brooks Energy for the Long Run Driven to Innovate by Instinct Michael Brooks is a visionary leader who helped create a groundbreaking way for PPD to serve the needs of its biopharmaceutical clients. Under Mr. Brooks’ direction, the company employed several state-of-the-art technologies to help facilitate the process and establish PPD as the industry [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

The Academics
The Academics Dr. Molly Carnes Breaking the Glass Ceiling Driven to Innovation by Impatience In the early 1970s, Molly Carnes, M.D., dropped out of college and took up a waitressing job. After experiencing sore feet and not much money, she began to rethink her decision. Her father encouraged her to go back to school to [...]
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Robin Robinson, Kim Ribbink, and Taren Grom, Editor

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