Meet the experts
Ensuring medicines are discovered, designed, manufactured and delivered to patients takes an incredible amount of collaboration and coordination. Meet the experts from Teva who love getting the pill to the patient.
We work as One Teva
Every day, thousands of our colleagues team up to help improve the lives of patients across the globe. Our employees look at the bigger picture together – across the company, around the world – from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and disciplines. We work as One Teva, to find innovative and creative solutions to the healthcare challenges of today and tomorrow.
Every great journey has to start with a single step so let’s meet some of the people who are involved in those early stages.
Maša Rajic Linaric
Maša is an Associate Director for Research and Development, Physical Characterisation, at Teva API, responsible for a team researching solid-state active substances – which is the process that turns effective treatments into viable products for people.Read more
Xinyu’s job is to get a detailed understanding of a condition like asthma and how it affects patients’ lives, and then design digital products or apps that address unmet needs.Read more
Mike works on the development of medical devices and combination products, such as auto-injectors and pre-filled syringes, which dispense drugs into the body. It is precise and painstaking work as the wrong dosage could have significant consequences for patients.Read more
Paula runs Teva’s dedicated clinical trials facility in Florida, where healthy volunteers help to test the safety and efficacy of drugs before they receive regulatory approval.Read more
Janet leads the team responsible for regulatory affairs for one of the largest and most diversified generics portfolios in the industry. Medicines regulation touches all aspects of the pharmaceutical business and impacts every step in the drug development process.Read more
Cory Wohlbach is responsible for steering Teva’s new biosimilar products through the regulatory approval process. He explains what biosimilars are, how they have the potential to reduce costs for patients and how patient safety is always a top priority.Read more
Keeping medicines on track
The next steps in a medicine’s journey are through the manufacturing, production and supply process. Here are some of the many people keeping our medicines on track.
Romana is a Site General Manager based in Zagreb, Croatia, where Teva makes the active pharmaceutical ingredients that make up a drug. Through the areas where Romana leads, teams work across the whole process, from research and development to production and commercial distribution.Read more
Sara runs a huge supply chain operation across several sites in the United States. A supply chain is when raw materials are transformed through the manufacturing and packaging process before being delivered to customers.Read more
Angela is the General Manager at one of Teva’s manufacturing plants in Irvine, California. The site measures about 500,000 square feet across a number of buildings and Angela looks after almost 390 people.Read more
Hikmat is a supervisor at Teva’s manufacturing facility in Runcorn, UK. With half a million units of medicine produced by her team every day, rigorous checks and balances are needed to ensure every single unit is sterile, secure, and safe for patient use.Read more
Amy works in the engineering department at Teva’s plant in Runcorn, UK. It’s her job to make sure that medicines come off the packaging line as quickly and smoothly as possible.Read more
Rebecca is Principal Mechanical Engineer for Sterile Device Technology at Teva. She handles specifications and technical documentation for projects, to get things in place ready for production. Rebecca also makes sure the risk management documentation is in order.Read more
Jeannette is Senior Director for the manufacturing, technology and science group at Teva API, overseeing process improvements, including the introduction of new technology and products.Read more
Jack de Graaf
Jack heads up Teva’s Environment, Health and Safety function in Europe. It’s his job to make sure the company’s many European factories, research and development sites, and offices are all safe to work in, so that anyone who enters one of our facilities in the morning will leave safely by the end of the day.Read more
Getting medicines to the patients that need them
Once our medicines have been carefully produced and packed, they have to be delivered correctly, safely and on time to patients around the world.
Ed Kinkler is Senior Manager for Logistics Chain and Product Security in the Americas. Ed’s role is to ensure that Teva’s medicines are stored and transported to their destinations safely. He is fighting a constant battle with criminals who want to get their hands on these highly valuable products.Read more
Mar is Head of Supply Chain for International Markets and Israel & Asia Pacific. Mar’s role is to make sure the right countries receive the right amount of medicines at the right time.Read more
Medicines and more
200 million people take a Teva medicine every day, 01 so once our medicine has been delivered, our work doesn’t stop there.
Ann is Teva’s Senior Director for Environment and Product Stewardship. It’s Ann’s mission to ensure that the process of filling one of the world’s largest medicine cabinets has a positive impact on both people and the planet.Read more
Kris Van Deuren
As part of the Global Corporate Security team, Kris leads Teva’s worldwide efforts to protect patients from potentially toxic fake medicines. He collaborates with international agencies to hunt down and dismantle billion-euro counterfeit medicine operations.Read more
Vanessa Ivetic Tkalcevic
We keep monitoring medicines after they become available to patients to check there aren’t any unexpected side effects. It’s Vanessa’s job to investigate cases where the unexpected does occur, find out what happened and make recommendations to help keep patients safe in the future.Read more
Dr Riad Dirani
Dr Riad Dirani specializes in researching the clinical, economic and human impact of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, asthma and diabetes. Riad outlines how his work is helping tackle an “invisible epidemic” and how his Dad’s unexpected experience with diabetes led him to a career in the pharma industry.Read more
Half of the people around the world lack access to medicines. It’s Giancarlo’s job to help improve that statistic, working to find new ways of increasing access globally to our medicines, both in countries where Teva has a presence, but also in low-income countries where we don’t.Read more
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Internal analysis conducted by Global Insights, Access & Technologies estimating number of Teva consumers. Ref 2.1 dated August 2016; Ref 2.2 dated April 2019