30 Rising Leaders
In Vivo's latest list of 30 people to watch across the biopharma, medtech and healthtech sectors
The third annual listing of In Vivo’s ‘Rising Leaders’ includes entrepreneurs and innovators from across the world who represent the next wave of creativity in health care.
Top 30 Leaders: see the list of entrepreneurs and innovators highlighted in the third edition of In Vivo's Rising Leaders series.
From a legal family in her native Brazil, Raquel Mura built on her passion for science to work in consumer health care, nutritionals and pharmaceuticals, rising to an R&D leadership position at Sanofi.
The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research’s policy guru must think about the future, along with the present, in her position as director of the Office of Regulatory Policy.
Deana Mohr, Muvon Therapeutics’ co-founder and chief executive, and one of In Vivo’s 2022 Rising Leaders, aspires to push the organization to the next level by scaling up the company and developing its therapies into marketable products.
In championing Forte Medical’s precision diagnostics technology to improve the quality of urine test samples, 2022 Rising Leader Giovanna Forte has often had to confront market access hurdles. It has not dented her drive to secure widespread adoption of money-saving and outcomes-boosting devices.
Merck’s head of clinical immunology and 2022 Rising Leader Aileen Pangan is empowering researchers to become leaders through a highly tailored and honest approach to mentorship.
Hot on the heels of an oversubscribed series B round, OMass CEO and Rising Leader Ros Deegan spoke with In Vivo about her move from pharma to biotech, mass spectrometry and big dreams for the firm.
Rising Leader Therese Liechtenstein is playing an integral part in the creation and financing of multiple companies in the M Ventures portfolio, guiding them towards key value inflection points that a potential partner or acquirer would like to see.
Rising Leader Jing Lim is part of the team getting 3D implant and bone regenerating innovator Osteopore better known outside its founding base in Singapore. The company stands on the cusp of accelerated growth on the back of an expanding portfolio and its best practice approach to business building.
Antiverse co-founder and CEO Murat Tunaboylu, one of In Vivo’s 2022 Rising Leaders, on defining success and why software engineers should consider a career transition to life sciences.
As the head of inclusive investments and partnerships lead for Publicis Health Media, Karima Sharif’s expertise in media and strategy has led to the development of rich relationships. She oversees partnerships with more than 600 firms, ranging from lifestyle groups – such as NBC – to endemic HCP partners, such as the New England Journal of Medicine and WebMD.
Kiri Granger, Monument Therapeutics’ chief scientific officer and executive director, and one of In Vivo’s 2022 Rising Leaders, hopes to take the company to the next level by rejecting the conventional one-size-fits-all approach to psychiatric clinical trials.
Caszyme CEO and 2022 Rising Leader Monika Paule is on a mission to expand the CRISPR toolbox of available proteins to enhance diagnostic tools, therapeutics and even agricultural practices.
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