“Cognitive Medical Systems, experts in helping large public and private organizations make the most of their comprehensive healthcare IT investments, announced today its new CEO, Christina Murphy.”
“The retired U.S. Marine Corps Colonel and bio-pharma executive holds more than 25 years of experience in leading teams from five to 600 in achieving financial and operational growth initiatives…”
“While serving in the Marine Corps, Murphy planned, coordinated, executed, and supervised a wide array of logistics functions, including supply, maintenance, transportation, general engineering, and health services in a variety of environments, including stints in Iraq and Afghanistan. Over the course of her 24 year career, she held positions of increasing scope and responsibility — from platoon commander through command of an aviation ground logistics squadron.”
“Transitioning to the BioPharma industry in 2013, Murphy achieved a broad portfolio of experience that included procurement, supply agreements/contract administrations, warehouse operations, logistics and cold chain distribution. Her industry experience in a fast-paced and highly-regulated environments ranges from clinical-stage (start-up) through high-volume commercial manufacturing for both the U.S. and European Union markets…” Read the full press release here.
Source: Retired U.S. Marine Corps Colonel, bio-pharma executive joins Cognitive Medical – January 8, 2020. Cognitive Medical Systems.