Ph.D. Biochemistry, University Buffalo at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. [doctoral thesis]
B.S. Microbiology, Cornell University.
Emeritus Member, American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine.
Founder, Medical Science Liaison (MSL) Institute.
Competitive Intelligence Professional, Academy of Competitive Intelligence.
2020-2022 Chair, Medical Committee USA Climbing.
Field Medical Affairs/Medical Science Liaison (MSL) Magazine/Journal Pubs
Certification for the Medical Science Liaison: An Idea Whose Time Has Come — or Not. Drug Information Association Journal 2011. (with Jimmy Black and Ken Massey)
Do the Right Thing: A Masterclass in Working with MSLs. Pharmaceutical Representative 2011.
Medical science liaisons: A look to the future. Journal of Medical Marketing 2008 [06/2008; 8(3):193-197] (with Peter Dumovic)
Ensuring MSLs Stick to the Science. Off-Label Communications: A Guide to Sales & Marketing Compliance 2008/2010 Editions. (with Bruce Armon / Book Chapter)
Measuring performance of field-medical programmes: Medical science liaison metrics consensus. Journal of Commercial Biotechnology 2007 Jane Chin.
PharmaVoice 100 Most Inspiring People of 2006: The Risk Takers / Dr. Jane Chin: What Glass Ceiling? (Archive)
Chapter 9 The Role of Pharma’s Field Based Professionals in Patient Compliance. Patient Compliance: Sweetening the Pill 2006.
Relationship, Risk, and Reinvention: Lessons from Field-based Medical Programmes. Journal of the British Association of Pharmaceutical Physicians 2006.
Marketing to Professionals: MSLs: Off-Label Promotion. Pharmaceutical Executive 2005.
Biotechnology’s Special Forces: Field-based medical science liaisons. Journal of Commercial Biotechnology 2004 [02/2004; 10:312-318]
Canaries in the Coal Mine: MSLs in Competitive Intelligence. Pharmaceutical Executive 2004. (with Ben Gilad, Ph.D.)
Fire Ants Do Something Incredible That Can Actually Teach Us Leadership Lessons
Do Pharmaceutical Companies Seek Approval Outside the US if the FDA is Slow?
We Can Use Genetic Engineering to Kill Pests, But Should We?
The problem with "work-life balance" myths and the new realities of making a living v. making a life.