Jason Urban, Ph.D. CA-AM leads Bristol-Myers Squibb’s External Engagement Global Quality function in Global Pharmaceutical Development & Operations. Jason is accountable for the development and execution of the GxP External Engagement strategy, this includes: Ensuring that BMS is recognized as a thought leader in the areas of scientific innovation and quality; And promoting an organizational risk-based mind-set through early actions on issues of potential impact to operations, quality, or compliance. Additionally, Jason is also the Global Process Owner for GPS’s Quality Risk Management.
Prior to his current role, Jason led Celgene’s Business Strategy & Process Excellence function with responsibilities for business development/due diligence, long-range planning, operational excellence, and communications. While at Celgene, he also led Quality’s Global Quality Risk Management and Surveillance department, responsible for quality metrics, health authority communications and risk management. Prior to Celgene, Jason held risk management roles at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. During that time, he led activities in the areas of quality, supply chain, imports, regulatory, and policy development.
Jason holds a Ph.D. in Cellular Biology, with postdoctoral residencies in molecular neuroscience and cell/gene therapy. Jason is a member of the editorial board of Life Science Leader and a certified Alliance Manager.