Steve Rosenberg Named to PharmaVoice 100 Most Influential, Inspiring People in Life Sciences
Second PharmaVoice 100 honor for incisive leader; Rosenberg’s vision and pragmatism help commercialize and advance the adoption of transformative technologies including eCOA/ePRO to accelerate clinical research for all stakeholders – sponsors, sites and patients
BOSTON, Mass. and LONDON, UK – September 20 — uMotif – one of the clinical research technology market’s fastest growing companies – announced that CEO Steve Rosenberg has once again been voted one of the PharmaVoice 100 most influential and inspiring people in the global healthcare and life sciences industries. (Read Steve’s profile here)
PharmaVoice100 honorees are selected from a pool of nominations submitted by readers and colleagues, and then evaluated by the PharmaVoice team.
With a career spanning 40+ years in software development, for the past 20 years Steve has guided companies to develop, commercialize and promote technologies that accelerate patient-centric clinical R&D. His achievements include promoting the adoption of Electronic Data Capture (EDC) at Phase Forward; the first commercialized clinical trial technology suite, at Oracle; and the first independently-validated eCOA/ePRO data capture method in decades, at uMotif.
Steve is known for his success in urging the life sciences industry to invest in clinical research technologies to gather vast amounts of high-quality data, to improve the conduct of clinical trials. He also has earned a reputation for evangelizing a focus on the patient, encouraging study sponsors to ease the patient burden by giving them appealing apps that are akin to those they use in daily life.
He is known for giving back as well, with decades of active community service including founding a non-profit to help neighbors in need; and, serving on non-profit Boards to help abused children, at-risk youth, and underserved adults.
Steve also was named to the PharmaVoice 100 in 2017, honored for being an industry change agent who opened new doors to clinical efficiency during his tenure as GM of Oracle Health Services.
“This industry is a ground-breaking one capable of changing the world through science and technology,” said Meagan Parrish, lead editor of PharmaVoice. “These honorees inspire advancements by guiding their teams, supporting their patients, and propelling their organizations’ missions forward. We are excited to recognize their contributions through this annual list.”
Steve Rosenberg said: “I’m grateful to receive this recognition a second time. For over two decades I’ve been driven to help customers speed the development of new medicines with modern technologies that make it easier to engage patients – I call them heroes – who give their time and bodies to improve healthcare for all of us.”