Dr. Miller MD, is a pulmonologist in Danbury, Connecticut. He received his medical degree from NYU School of Medicine and has been in practice for 42 years. Dr. Miller is currently the Chief Medical Officer at Danbury Hospital and played a crucial role in the hospital receiving the 2011 CRIMSON Physician Partnership Award for its efforts to improve clinical outcomes while at the same time documenting a $2.9 million reduction in hospital charges. Dr. Miller led the hospital-wide multidisciplinary effort that involved scores of physicians, nurses, technicians, pharmacists and others.
Sandra Lobo, PhD, Director of WCHN Biomedical Research Institute and co-Chair of Scientific Advisory Board
Dr. Sandra Lobo, Ph.D is a skilled researcher with extensive experience in the development, commercialization and launch of new drugs, vaccines and medical device technologies. Dr. Lobo’s research has provided strategic direction for companies in bio-engineering, gene-cloning, human and animal vaccines, and pharmaceuticals. Dr. Lobo earned a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Maryland, a Masters in Pharmacy from the University of Bombay, and a Bachelor’s in Pharmacy (equivalent to PharmD) from the University of Poona, India. Her key strengths include,
- Providing scientific input during the development orof pre-clinical research and trials
- Optimizing brand success in highly competitive environments
- Aligning and executing activities related to investors, grants and sponsorships
- Communicating complex scientific information effectively, both written and oral.
Joann Petrini, PhD, Director of the Lyme Disease Registry and Research and Innovation
Dr. Petrini, PhD, MPH is also Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women’s Health at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York. She was formerly Director of the Perinatal Data Center at the National March of Dimes Foundation. Dr. Petrini received her Master’s in Public Health from Yale University and her PhD from New York University. She has published widely in the fields of perinatal epidemiology and public health. Dr. Petrini is currently one of 15 members of the Advisory Committee on Infant Mortality for the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services. She was also selected as the recipient of the 2001 National Young Professional Achievement Award, from the Coalition for Excellence in Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology.