Dr. Christopher Lange
Title: Professor, Associate Chair of Radiation Oncology
Company: SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Location: Brooklyn, NY, United States
Dr. Lange is recognized for more than 48 years of professional experience in the fields of medicine and education. He is noted for serving SUNY Downstate Medical Center as a professor and associate chair for more than 36 years. He became involved in his profession after he made his own biophysics program for his bachelor’s degree in physics. He then became interested in stem cell biology, which was new at the time, and obtained his doctorate with work demonstrating that the life of the organism can be understood in terms of its stem cells. His career has progressed ever since. Well-respected in the field, he brings exemplary knowledge of biophysical and biological research relating to human medical problems, particularly cancer and its treatment, as well as stem cells, cancer stem cells, and molecular basis of cellular radio sensitivity. He credits his success to staying curious, continuously training and challenge established paradigms. This career allows him the ability to take intellectual risks and diversify information. Read the rest of this entry »
Julie E. Faulkner, M.Sc.
Title: Clinical Project Management Director
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Julie Faulkner’s fascination with medicine led to her decision to pursue a career within the pharmaceutical industry. Today, she has 21 years of industry experience and has become an integral member of Quintiles’ staff. Quintiles is one of the world’s leading biopharmaceutical companies that focuses on development and commercial outsourcing services. In her position for the past 12 years, Ms. Faulkner is responsible for conducting global clinical trials, managing programs for clients, working in the biotechnology sector with drugs and devices, and running clinical trials.
Ms. Faulkner is a highly accomplished professional who is noted for launching new drugs into the market. She has worked on clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease and diabetes, and has made great strides in helping to save and improve the quality of life for the people taking the drugs she works on. Ms. Faulkner’s ultimate goal is to find a cure for cancer. Read the rest of this entry »