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Senior Director, Medical- Global Therapeutic Strategic Lead of Diabetes at Quintiles
As Quintilesâ€™ Global Therapeutic Strategic Lead of Diabetes, Dr. Caveney chairs Quintilesâ€™ Diabetes Center of Excellence. Dr. Caveney is Board Certified in internal medicine and endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. Most recently, she led the physician team within Quintilesâ€™ Cardiovascular and Metabolic Delivery Group as well as the Cardiovascular Outcome Center of Excellence.
Her areas of interest include: type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, obesity, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular outcomes studies. She has authored many peer-reviewed articles on diabetes and obesity, including articles on diabetes biomarkers, cardiovascular outcomes studies in anti-diabetes drugs, and a review of obesity drugs.
Dr. Caveney completed medical school at the West Virginia University School of Medicine and her internship and residency in internal medicine at West Virginia University Hospitals. She completed her endocrinology fellowship at the University of North Carolina Hospitals. She joined Quintiles in 2007 from Duke University Medical Center where she was on faculty in the Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Nutrition division.
Associate Director, Medical and Scientific Services in the Metabolic and Cardiovascular Therapeutic Delivery Unit at Quintiles
Dr. Mala Puri, M.D. is the Associate Director of Medical and Scientific Services in the Metabolic and Cardiovascular Therapeutic Delivery Unit of Quintiles. She is a board certified pediatric endocrinologist with approximately 10 years of experience in the treatment of childhood diabetes, obesity and endocrine disorders. Prior to joining Quintiles, she conducted several studies relating to obese minority adolescents, looking specifically at childhood type 2 diabetes and the metabolic syndrome.
Dr. Puri earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from The Johns Hopkins University and her medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. She completed both her pediatric residency and a fellowship in endocrinology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, NY. After completing her training, she joined the faculty at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where she served as co-director of the pediatric diabetes program.
Principal Consultant, Drug Development Consulting, at Quintiles
Dr. Nicole Connelly has 10 years of strategy consulting experience focusing on pharmaceutical R&D, market access strategies and organizational alignment to meet fundamental business goals. She has contributed to and led cross-functional teams on projects ranging from developing strategies that improve speed to market for clinical assets to driving corporate strategies that address evolving environmental pressures.
At Quintiles, Dr. Connelly focuses on clinical partnership optimization, development of business processes to translate clinical strategies to clinical plans, oncology and diabetes value proposition, and pricing and reimbursement strategies. Dr. Connelly regularly engages across Quintiles to drive cross-functional processes for operationalizing clinically and commercially integrated asset strategies and development plans. Dr. Connelly earned he Ph.D. in Microbiology from Duke University.
Video Series | Quintiles' Perspectives on Diabetes
Erica Caveney, M.D. and Nicole Connelly, Ph.D. provide expert insights on:
Download White Paper | Diabetes Drug Development: A Perspective on Pediatric Indication Planning
Download | IDF Diabetes Atlas
View Webinar | Improve Protocol Designs for Diabetes Trials Using Predictive Techniques
View Webinar | Diabetes Product Value: Stakeholders' Changing Expectations and the Role of Real World Evidence
View Webinar | Best Practices in Patient Recruitment and Retention for Diabetes Trials
Download Case Study | Improving Adherence: Certified Diabetes Educators Reach Over 345,000 Diabetes Patients
View Webinar | Diabetes Drug Development: A Perspective on Pediatric Indication Planning
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