Chris has a proven record of accomplishment delivering results to pharmaceutical and scientific organizations, including 33 years of management experience at Eli Lilly and Company, within Lilly Research Laboratories (LRL), 3.5 years in a global leadership role at IQVIA, and now as Deputy Director and COO of a significant NIH/NIAID research grant at Stanford University Medical School.
Over the years, Chris has served as a leader of multiple global teams in drug development and R&D Operations, representing her organizations in multiple external settings, including scientific, academic, drug development and R&D Operations forums.
In, December 2017, Chris retired from Lilly as Sr. Director, External Sourcing, leading an enterprise-wide R&D operations group that partnered with LRL functions to assess, on-board, and govern third party organizations across the entire drug development value chain, from pre-clinical, through clinical, regulatory, safety, health outcomes, product and device development, and diagnostics. The division consolidated both corporate and external requirements to deliver high-quality, risk-based, third party governance, oversight and alliance management for the LRL Development organization.
In February 2019, Chris joined IQVIA as the Vice-President of Strategy & Operations for DSSR, and subsequently moved in the role of Vice-President, Global Regulatory Affairs.
Specialties: Pharmaceutical Development, R&D Operations, Molecule Submission/Approval/Launch, Product Lifecycle Planning and Development, R&D Business Systems design and delivery. Third Party Management, Women's Leadership Development.
Current Role at Stanford
Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer, AViDD
Education & Certifications
B.A., Kalamazoo College, Chemistry (1979)
Ph.D., Princeton University, Organic Chemistry (1984)