A role model in the field of technology, Kaisa Helminen discusses how AI is changing clinical development, believing it will be part of the standard of care in 10 years.
Mary Anne Greenberg, a C-suite veteran, discusses her people-first approach to leadership, lessons learned along the way, and how she translated skills learned in the movie business to benefit patients and caregivers.
Catherine Ivy, who lost her husband a decade ago to a devastating and sudden brain cancer, shares her personal journey of grief and purpose, which led to the founding of the Ivy Brain Tumor Center at the Barrow Neurological Institute.
Dr. Anne Heatherington discusses Takeda’s Data Sciences Institute and the important role this group plays in the company’s overall R&D strategy as well as the biggest trends in data and analytics she and her group are tracking.
Kathy Vandebelt provides an inspired look inside clinical innovation based on a 30-year global career during which she has positively impacted thousands of patients as well as colleagues.
Corlis Murray, a leader and advocate for STEM, was instrumental in orchestrating Abbott’s blueprint for engaging girls and women in science, technology, engineering, and math. As one of the senior-most African American women leaders in the industry, she is a stalwart champio … Read More »
Patricia Malone is leading the charge in the West with her second start-up agency and providing inspiration to a new generation of creative talent.
Dr. Athena Countouriotis’ inspiring career journey, including one of the best biotech IPOs this year, now has her in pursuit of developing targeted cancer therapies designed to address treatment resistance and improve lives.
Laura Shafner shares her personal story around the role medicine and behavior play and talks tech about how artificial intelligence can uncover new ways of addressing drug development.
Casey Lynch, a serial entrepreneur, is changing the perception of what being a biotech CEO means today as her company, which recently went public, explores new avenues to address Alzheimer’s disease.
Kimberly Haugstad, the new CEO of Global Genes, outlines what the future holds for the 10-year old organization as it continues to address the needs — support and research — for patients and families in the rare disease community.
Dr. Ahnal Purohit is an entrepreneur, innovator, and visionary. She has been upending the status quo since launching her own company as she reshapes pharmaceutical advertising.
Born to be a leader, Dr. Sophia Ononye’s intense curiosity, passion, energy, as well as her immigrant experience, give her a unique perspective as she strives to transform peoples’ lives around the world.
Dr. Gwen Nichols shares her inspirational career journey from bench scientist to pharma to chief medical officer and her vision for changing the paradigm around pediatric clinical trials and lessening the burden on patients.
Jessica Scott, M.D., provides an inspiring and insightful account of her innovative approaches to elevate patient engagement during R&D to a new level as well as how the intersection of her medical and law degrees have influenced her career and passion for patients.
Peyton Howell, a pioneer in patient access and reimbursement, shares her vision to synchronize commercialization and R&D strategies as well as her inspiring leadership principles around performance capital and managerial courage.
Dr. Meredith Terry, a behavioral science expert, explores the role social psychology plays in communicating with patients, the keys to developing successful programs, and her passion on making a difference in the healthcare arena.
Barbara Lopez Kunz outlines her near-and long-term vision to achieve the DIA’s global objectives, the importance of the volunteer corps who keeps the organization fresh, and why she believes in paying it forward.
Carolyn Morgan discusses her journey to the top and what it’s like to lead one the top healthcare agencies and how she balances career and life.
Dr. Anna Sundgren shares her passion to drive innovation around chronic kidney disease as well as how her global perspective influences her leadership and strategic vision.
Jennifer Gottlieb, a powerhouse leader running a global, top 10 healthcare agency, talks about some of the biggest trends, talent management, women’s leadership, and balancing a high-powered career and high-energy life.
Dr. Lan Huang, a serial entrepreneur, with a dual cultural approach, is devoted to driving innovative immuno-oncology cancer therapies to market. Her inspiring leadership approach and passion are rooted in her past and in the future.
Liz Pinto has built a successful career on developing high-touch, sophisticated patient-led initiatives that create positive experiences for both patients and caregivers.
Dr. Terri Phillips is a physician, retired US Army Major, global medical affairs expert, and Women’s Leadership Network leader, whose career is defined by her personal mantra: if you believe it, then you can achieve it.
Kim Johnson discusses some the key trends that will impact healthcare advertising, the role of transformative technology, and the core values that drive her and her teams to do good work.
Janet Kosloff talks about her entrepreneurial journey, market research trends, and interesting data from a longitudinal study involving female physicians.
Dr. Jones-Burton, a leading expert in cardiology, is on a mission to remove the systemic barriers that impact the lack of diversity from drug discovery through commercialization.
Dr. Paula Ragan founded X4 Pharmaceuticals with the goal to advance innovative medicines to treat rare diseases and along the way is paving a path for gender diversity in biotech.
Anjum Swaroop describes how her relentless persistence led to an industry-changing career at Dr. Reddy’s.
Shontelle Dodson’s focus is on patients — improving patient access to medications as well as bringing value to patients. She also leads Astellas’ Oncology C3 Prize, which aims to to change cancer care beyond medicine in terms of the cancer care journey, cancer health dispari … Read More »
Dr. Andrea Pfeifer is taking Alzheimer’s research to the next level through collaboration and treating the pathology of disease, which in turn has the potential change the future of drug development.
Dr. Mannick describes the incredible work her company is doing in the field of aging and shares some of her key leadership insights, hint: On to Cincinnati.
Laurie Bartolomeo, a creative strategist, discusses her passion around rare disease and why she is invested in making a difference for patients and caregivers.
Jessica Rousset, a technologist, is not just a role model for other women in the industry, she is driving healthcare innovation to bring new medicines to patients.
Dr. Ubavka DeNoble in her new role as chief commercial officer discusses the wide ranging impact that technology will play in clinical research, clinical trials, and post-marketing patient engagement.
Laurie Cooke celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Woman of the Year event with some key takeaways, discusses the important strides the HBA is taking to address the issue of gender parity, and provides words of inspiration for women at all levels in their careers.
Jayne Gershkowitz is a passionate advocate and expert in a wide variety of issues affecting individuals with rare diseases and their families. She has more than 18 years of experience of strategic marketing, resource development and executive management in nonprofit healthca … Read More »
Kathy Giusti, who is revolutionizing the area of precision medicine as faculty co-chair of HBS Kraft Precision Medicine Accelerator at Harvard Business School, describes her professional and personal mission to transform how medicines are discovered and developed.
Sheri Madrid talks about how her love of science has led to a multi-tiered and successful career as a clinical operations executive as well as how a company culture of transparency and honesty can yield remarkable results.
Throughout Dr. Gisela Schwab’s extensvie career she has stretched herself and expanded her knowledge base all leading to a place where she is making a considerable difference in the lives of cancer patients.
Liz Lewis discusses how she balances dual responsibilities as well as the importance of the journey and taking advantage of opportunities that may arise along the way to create an enriching and fulfilling career.
Dr. Deborah Dunsire’s journey of an intellectually and emotionally captivating career has guided her to pursue transformative medicines with high unmet medical needs on her way to the C-suite.
Clareece West discusses how science and technology are merging to improve and advance devices and therapies for all patients.
Dr. Shannon Dahl, a pioneer in regenerative technology, is driving innovation to new levels to bring off-the-shelf cell therapies to patients.
Gail Moore’s personal story fuels her passion for greater collaboration, innovation, and advocacy in the rare disease space.
Melinda Richter is changing the way the industry thinks about innovation, based on her vision of what success looks like: doing important work that makes an impact, and doing that with people you care about.
Colleen Carter shares her three guiding principles to having a more purposeful life — personally and professionally.
Through the power of science and technology, Dr. Helen Torley is committed to transforming patient care.
Dr. Georgia Mitsi is passionate about the impact that digital and mobile can have on patients, especially those living with chronic medical conditions.
Amy Cueva is creating a new type of healthcare user experience through a futuristic and innovative approach encompassing organizational design and behavior change.
Lynn O’Connor has a passion for disruption and she is using her futurisitic vision to lead the Muscular Dystrophy Association to new heights while respecting the legacy of the nonprofit’s origins.
Jennifer De Camara’s love of law and science is the perfect combination when it comes to patient advocacy and being a healthcare champion.
Rachel King has charted a unique career — from consultant to VC to startup to now CEO — and is leading a pioneer company in the use of glycobiology technology.
Wendy White is a passionate and innovative leader working at the intersection of advocacy, technology, and business in the rare disease space.