I’ve been in pharma for 19 years now. I worked in various areas mostly in late phase area – post regulatory approval and phrase 3. I worked in different big and mid-sized pharma companies and worked in local, European, and global organizations. I’ve seen a lot of things in different areas and I learned a lot what works and what didn’t work so well in pharma. I have learned a lot and now I want to take the next step.

I want to impact the decision-making. I want to improve how we communicate with physicians, payers, and patients in a much better way. I want to help this area and I cannot do that in one company – so that’s why I moved to a CRO: Veramed.

So, today, I’ll be sharing with you my experiences and my journey where you’ll surely get great points and practical tips:
  • Learnings in Pharma
    • Local, regional, global
    • Different companies
    • Different structures
  • Help company one at a time
  • My bigger vision
  • Problems in the industry
  • How to change the industry
  • How I want to create a team
  • Why I target those who want help
  • How I want to show what good looks like
  • Why I want to build community
  • Why Veramed
    • Great company culture
    • Awesome people
    • Fast to act
    • Open for ideas
    • Focused on statistics and programming

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