The BHBIA are delighted to introduce you to our speakers for this event, please read their profiles below:
Claudia Wing – Senior Market Research Manager | Janssen
LinkedIn: Claudia Wing
Claudia has more than 25 years of experience in the UK pharmaceutical industry, having held various business insights roles utilising both primary and secondary data sources to extract valuable business insights. Her main expertise lies in client-side market research, having worked across numerous therapy areas and supporting brands at different stages of their product life-cycle. In addition to leading on market research compliance within her organization, Claudia has actively participated in the BHBIA Ethics and Compliance committee since its inception. She is deeply passionate about engaging in training initiatives and projects that aim to enhance the understanding and applicability of compliance requirements for those obligated to adhere to them.
Rebecca D'Ippolito – Head of Global Compliance & Quality, DPO | Sermo
LinkedIn: Rebecca D'Ippolito
Rebecca has been an active member of the Healthcare Business Insights Industry for 10+ years and has a keen focus on developing quality and compliance standards to foster a productive environment for research innovation. Through key roles in both Agency and Fieldwork businesses, Rebecca’s developed comprehensive expertise in legal, data protection, compliance, and operational fields. As a member of the BHBIA Ethics & Compliance Committee since 2020, she seeks to dynamically champion privacy-first strategies and good industry practice, supporting members to overcome emerging challenges related to the regulatory landscape and ever-progressive developments in tech.
Nicola Miles – Senior Director, Business Development | medeConnect
LinkedIn: Nicola Miles
Nicola has been involved in the healthcare research industry for 30+ years working both in clinical and market research roles for the NHS and healthcare research agencies. As well as being a member of the BHBIA Ethics & Compliance Committee since its initiation she is a lay member of a Research Ethics Committee reviewing intervention and non-interventional programmes across the UK.
Speakers supporting BHBIA Professional Development do so in order to promote Thought Leadership, discussion, and innovation for the benefit of the membership. They also do this on a voluntary basis for which the BHBIA is grateful. Don't forget to provide your feedback scores for the event as these will enter the event and speakers into our annual BHBIA Professional Development Awards - recognising excellence in Thought Leadership.