List of notable or famous Neurocrine Biosciences employees, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This list is a directory of the best Neurocrine Biosciences employees, showcasing only the most prominent Neurocrine Biosciences employees of all time. This list features past and present top Neurocrine Biosciences managers, including both current and retired Neurocrine Biosciences executives and alumni. Well-known Neurocrine Biosciences staff along with current and former Neurocrine Biosciences employees were and still are crucial to the company's success, as without these hard working men and women Neurocrine Biosciences would never be what it is today.
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Barbara Finn, Neurocrine Biosciences' Vice President Regulatory Affairs Quality Assurance, manages a department that is responsible for regulatory affairs, quality assurance, medical writing, and the scientific library. Prior to joining Neurocrine as Senior Director in October 2000, Ms. Finn worked 7 years at Quintiles, Inc. in the Regulatory and Technical Services department, where she was responsible for regulatory strategy, regulatory filings, GCP compliance, and clinical project support. Prior to joining Quintiles, she spent 13 years at Ciba-Geigy Pharmaceuticals (now, Novartis), starting in medicinal chemistry, then clinical research, and ultimately joining regulatory affairs in ...more on Wikipedia
As Neurocrine Biosciences' Vice President of Information Technology, Bill Wilson is responsible for providing Information Technology solutions to all areas of the company including Administration, Research, Clinical, Regulatory, and Commercial Operations. Bill joined Neurocrine in 1996 as the Director, IT. Bill brings 25 years of IT experience to Neurocrine holding positions in Government, Academia, the Commercial Software Industry, and 15 years of Biotech/Pharma experience. Bill is a founding member of the CIO, Executive Council a professional organization for IT Executives and participates regularly in face-to-face conferences and forums on strategic IT planning. ...more on Wikipedia
As Vice President of Marketing for Neurocrine Biosciences, Carol Baum oversees all commercial operations functions. Carol Baum joined Neurocrine in 2003 as a member of the Marketing Team and has most recently been responsible for development and implementation of the commercialization strategy for Indiplon. Prior to joining Neurocrine, Carol was a Director of Marketing at Aventis Pharmaceuticals and has previous commercial experience in both primary care and specialty markets as well as a background in new product planning. Carol graduated from the University of Colorado with high honors and received her MBA from Webster University. Carol also received certification from the UCLA Anderson ...more on Wikipedia
Dr. Christopher O'Brien, Chief Medical Officer of Neurocrine Biosciences is responsible for clinical development activities and medical affairs including the registration of indiplon. A leader in neurological clinical research and development for the past 17 years, Dr. O'Brien has participated in more than 100 clinical trials and authored more than 75 publications in the neuroscience literature. From 2000 to 2005, Dr. O'Brien held positions at Elan Pharmaceuticals and Prestwick Pharmaceuticals where he managed the clinical development, registration and post-marketing trials in neurology, pain, and autoimmune diseases, among other CNS indications. Prior to joining Elan, Dr. O'Brien also ...more on Wikipedia