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Karen Woolley

Global Lead, Patient Partnerships
Envision Pharma Group

Type of Company:
Communications Agency
Professional Degrees: CMPP, PhD
CMPP Certified: (3/2010)

Bio: Professor Karen Woolley is the Global Lead for Patient Partnerships at Envision Pharma Group. She has 30 years of experience in the healthcare sector, gained in academia, hospital, industry, and agency environments in North America and the Asia Pacific region. Karen has served on ISMPP's Board of Trustees, established and chaired ISMPP's Asia Pacific Advisory Committee, and co-authored the Good Publication Practice 3 guidelines and the Joint Position Statement on Professional Medical Writers. She is a Certified Medical Publication Professional, an Honorary Fellow of AMWA, a Life Member of ARCS, and initiated the Global Alliance of Publication Professionals. In 2000, Karen co-founded the Asia Pacific medical communication agency, ProScribe, which she sold in 2014 to a leading global agency, Envision Pharma Group. Karen is also a Professor at two universities and has been a government-appointed director overseeing 6 hospitals, serving on the Patient Safety and Quality Committee, and managing a $2B budget. She has led international teams to conduct and publish research on publication ethics and on patient involvement in evidence generation and communication.

Young Wu

Associate Director, Open Research and Editorial Development
Wiley

Bio: Young Wu is currently Associate Director of Open Research and Editorial Development at Wiley, responsible for developing and shaping strategy on Open Research (open access, open data, open publishing practices etc.), journal editorial development and collaborations. Young has worked in academic publishing for over 8 years across different STMJ departments with various positions, including journal management, editorial development and engagement, content acquisition along with launching new journals etc. Additionally, she was involved in training initiatives abroad, such as Research without Borders program in Africa to support a biomedical journal etc.