Craig Philips has over 25 years of pharmaceutical experience in the US and overseas with both big and small pharma companies. He has experience with development and commercialization of both small molecules and biologic agents in a variety of health sectors including: oncology and hematology, autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular disorders, antiviral, dermatology, allergy and others. Craig spent the early part of his career with Bristol Myers, and then held senior positions at both Schering Plough (now Merck), and Bayer Schering. Most recently, Craig was President at Cell Therapeutics, a company focused on the development and commercialization of new cancer therapies. Craig has broad industry experience and an extensive record in lifecycle management, commercializing new drugs and in both business development and partnership management.
Craig received a BSBA and MBA from The Ohio State University. He has been actively involved in the pharmaceutical industry organization in the US and overseas and was an industry Board member in Canada, Thailand and Australia. He was chairman of the Intellectual Property Rights Committee with the American Chamber of Commerce in Bangkok, Thailand. He currently sits on the Board of the Hope Heart Institute, a non-profit organization focused on the research and education of cardiac health issues.
Focus: Life Science, Therapeutics