CEO & Founder
James Denmark spent 20 years in the technology and clinical services industry working in the global central lab, CRO, IVRS and centralized ECG fields as a technologist, operational head and general manager. He has held positions with Shell Oil, Meyer International, Scicor, Covance, Nexigent and Reliance Industries and currently splits his time between the myClin offices in Philadelphia, San Francisco, and the UK.
VP, Clinical Operations
Kathy brings years of expertise in establishing and leading clinical operations at Sponsors including Trevena, Endo Pharmaceuticals, and Yaupon Therapeutics. From her professional foundation as a licensed occupational therapist, through a variety of leadership roles in Clinical Operations, to her current role as Vice President of Clinical Operations, Kathy helps advance research while bringing the people doing the work to the forefront.
Chris started his tech career in Chicago in 1997 and has been involved with a number of successful (cars.com, grubhub.com) and not so successful (anyone remember starbelly.com ??) startups and e-commerce ventures. Chris is leveraging his experience in software development process to incorporate agile methodologies to enhance and increase the productivity of the tech team at myClin. Chris dabbles in photography on the side and struggles daily with Gear Acquisition Syndrome.
VP, Business Development
Adam spent his formative drug development years with Covance – developing systems to support Clinical Operations and Data Management. Using that Clinical Development domain expertise, in the 20 years since he has worked on pioneering EDC applications and a wide range of ePRO/eCOA solutions from devices, tablets and IxRS. He has spent the last 15 years in business development roles for premier eClinical providers such as ClinPhone, invivodata and ERT.
VP, Product Design
Johnny has spent the better part of his 20 year career designing products in the digital space. He has applied his discipline of “digital ergonomics” to software in healthcare, stock trading and communication. He successfully founded and sold Philadelphia’s first digital product design company, GUI Werks, and has been an instructor at the University of The Arts in Philadelphia. He earned a MacWorld award in 2009 and has been named one of the leading Tech Disruptors of 2016 by the Philadelphia Business Journal.