It’s no secret that Boston, Massachusetts is home to many of the most groundbreaking advancements in medical discovery. That’s why yesterday, PhRMA sponsored its first national health care dialogue series focusing on the new era of medicine. The event, convened by The Atlantic, titled, “Through the Microscope: Examining Modern Medicine,” explored the transformation of patient care and the science that has revolutionized medical breakthroughs, new treatments and technologies, as well as the investments needed for future innovation.
Notable speakers included PhRMA president and CEO Stephen J. Ubl, biopharmaceutical research leaders Daniel Skovronsky of Eli Lilly and Company, Gilmore O’Neill of Biogen and Dana Farber Cancer Institute’s president and CEO Laurie Glimcher, MD.
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Andrew Powaleny Andrew Powaleny is Director of Public Affairs at PhRMA. Before joining PhRMA in 2015, he worked at the House Energy and Commerce Committee and later as a communications consultant. Andrew came to Washington, D.C. via Connecticut and proudly sings with the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, runs with the DC Front Runners and serves on the Alumni Council for The Fund for American Studies. He is also a member of the National Lesbian Gay Journalists Association.