Greg uses his strong background in Pharmaceutical Development to provide consulting services to pharma/biotech companies primarily in clinical supplies, quality services, and formulation development. He has direct experience in clinical supply management—vendor selection and oversight, kit and label design, comparator selection, blinding techniques, forecasting (upstream and downstream), distribution management, IRT system specs and user testing, supply management, import/export, and regulatory strategy. He successfully manages supply activities as a remote team member or on-site.
In addition, Greg is particularly capable at assisting companies develop robust, compliant GMP processes. He aids companies by reviewing current procedures for gaps and weaknesses, and creating compliant processes suited to the size of a company and scope of operations.
Greg is a popular trainer, blending his strong industry knowledge with a dynamic delivery style to make training programs informative and lively. He delivers custom in-house training on a wide range of GMP, GCP, GLP, and Clinical Supply topics, and is an instructor for the well-known clinical supplies courses The Basics and Beyond, as well as Blueprints for Complex and International Challenges.
Before joining the JPC team, Greg worked at Daiichi Sankyo where he led all departmental clinical supplies activities as Sr. Director of Clinical Supply Operations. Prior to Daiichi Sankyo, he held Formulation Development and Clinical Supply R&D management positions at Abbott Laboratories (formerly Koll Pharmaceutical) and Parke-Davis.
Greg earned a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy from Rutgers College of Pharmacy, and is a licensed Pharmacist in the state of New Jersey. He also completed his Master's and PhD in Pharmaceutical Science from Rutgers University.