Market Overview Taps Pfizer Executive to be Pharma's First Industry Transformation Officer


Pharma Insider Dan Karlin to activate the win-win of personal data
property ownership for the Pharmaceutical Industry,
the company championing the 31st Human Right for individuals
to own their data as property, announces Dr. Dan
as its new Industry Transformation Officer (ITO). The ITO
will help the pharmaceutical industry fully take advantage of the
benefits of receiving explicitly consented human data.

"I am excited about showcasing how explicitly consented data can help
drive better and more efficient research, to more quickly get drugs that
work in the hands of patients," says Karlin. He envisions a world where
real world data converges on clinical trials data, unlocking the
potential to understand the complexities of disease and health more
completely. Karlin goes on to say, "I am eager to be part of a company
that has a credo
aligning its goals to the betterment of the citizens of the world."

Karlin is a trusted operator in the healthcare industry. His strengths
range from a deep understanding of pharmaceutical development as
Pfizer's former Head of Clinical, Informatics, and Regulatory Strategy
for Digital Medicine; technology as Director of Biotech Ventures for
CEAi; clinical experience in his time as Founder and Chief Medical
Officer with Column Health; and academic medicine as an Assistant
Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University.

"We have experienced a rush of in-bound interest in our movement and the
benefits it would bring," says Michael DePalma, Founder, President and
COO of DePalma explains, "Dan is that bridge that makes us
better instantly by effectively connecting the dots for the
pharmaceutical industry."

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operates in multiple countries. The leadership team includes over two
dozen senior executives from Fortune 500 companies, academic scholars,
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Africa. The vision of is a world where the next generation
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