Posts Tagged ‘Healthcare and Life Sciences 50’

2018 Healthcare
and Life Sciences 50

Every year, Irish America magazine is proud to present the Healthcare and Life Sciences 50, a celebration of the works of the best Irish-born and Irish-American leaders in medical fields, that include medical care, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, research, development, and life sciences venture capital. This year’s awards dinner will take place on November 2 at theRead more..

Irish America Celebrates 2017 Healthcare & Life Sciences 50

Irish America magazine celebrated its annual Healthcare and Life Sciences 50 Awards at a dinner event at the New York Yacht Club September 6. The event, co-hosted by Irish clinical research company ICON plc, paid tribute to the impressive range of the Irish in the medical profession and the work of the best Irish andRead more..

Photos from Irish America’s 2017 Healthcare and Life Sciences 50 Awards

The 4th annual Irish America Healthcare and Life Sciences 50 Awards took place September 6 at the New York Yacht Club in Manhattan with keynote speaker Daniel O’Day, CEO of Roche Pharmaceuticals. Scroll through below for photos from the celebration of the top Irish and Irish American healthcare professionals across all areas of medicine fromRead more..

Daniel O’Day: Healthcare’s New Frontiersman

As the visionary leader of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, Daniel O’Day is changing the future of patient care. ℘℘℘ At a time in our country when healthcare is a polarizing topic, everyone can agree with Daniel O’Day. His mission to cut the time between discovering life-changing medicines and getting thoseRead more..

Healthcare and Life Sciences 50

The 2017 Irish America Healthcare and Life Sciences 50 list celebrates Irish innovators who are leading the way in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. The work of these Irish-American and Irish-born medical professionals contributes everyday to the health and wellness of our communities, from pharmaceuticals, medical devices and biotechnology to research and development and medical care. Co-presentedRead more..

Eugene J. Sullivan

Dr. Eugene Sullivan is the chief product strategy officer at Insmed. Promoted to this position earlier this year, Eugene is also the first to hold the role. He joined Insmed in 2015 as chief medical and scientific officer. Most recently, Eugene helped complete the enrollment in a large, multi-national, Phase 3 clinical trial in aRead more..

Patrick Smith

Patrick Smith serves as the chief scientific officer at Certara Strategic Consulting Services, assisting biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies in designing innovative drug development strategies. With 20 years of experience in the world of drug development, Patrick also co-founded the startup d3 Medicine, which was acquired by Certara in 2016. Patrick obtained his Pharm.D. from theRead more..

Diane Sirakovsky & Michele Teter

As co-founders of Alliance Homecare, Diane Sirakovsky (left) and Michele Teter (right) are committed to the vision of a future in which the loss of independence need not be a frightening experience for elderly individuals and their loved ones. Both were working as critical care nurses at the New York Columbia Presbyterian University (where theyRead more..

Brenton L. Saunders

Brent Saunders is chairman, president and CEO of Allergan plc, a Dublin-based global pharmaceutical company, having previously served as a director, CEO and president since July 2014. He was elected chairman in 2016. Brent has significant healthcare industry expertise and a proven track record leading business transformations and integrations. Before joining Allergan, he was aRead more..

Moira A. Rynn

Dr. Moira A. Rynn has been the chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University since July 2017. Her previous positions include the Ruane Professor for the Implementation of Science for Child and Adolescent Mental Health at the College of Physicians and Surgeons and Columbia University and the director of the ChildRead more..