Mike Bodulow, Manager, Global Patient Advocacy & Engagement, will discuss the use of metrics in patient engagement to decrease the risk of clinical trial failure. This presentation fulfils Mike’s Sanford/Professional Patient Advocates in Life Sciences (PPALS) Patient Advocacy Certificate Training (PACT) Capstone project.
Mike joined BioMarin in April of 2014, with a passion for improving the lives of patients and families living with rare diseases. Mike started in the Global Project Management group and has leveraged his organizational knowledge to establish metrics, develop portfolio-wide processes and generate timelines to track progress against the Global Patient Advocacy & Engagement strategic plans. His overarching goal is to ensure that patient advocacy becomes embedded within the standard operating procedures, processes, forums and timelines at BioMarin to ensure the patient voice is leveraged early, often and consistently across all programs. He also manages the Patient Advocacy Leadership Councils, the therapeutic-area Patient Advocacy and Partnership Teams, as well as the Patient Engagement Teams.
Mike completed his undergraduate studies in communications at San Jose State University, is a certified associate in project management with the Project Management Institute, and has minors in mathematics and history. Mike is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he became a member of the original “Tulsa Remote” cohort.