Krystal Biotech Appoints Jennifer Chien as Chief Commercial Officer
“We are excited to welcome Jennifer to
Jennifer Chien, chief commercial officer of
As vice president, head of genetic diseases at Sanofi Genzyme, Ms. Chien was responsible for the U.S. commercial strategy and implementation for seven brands and preparation for upcoming launches within rare diseases. During her tenure at Sanofi Genzyme, she also held global leadership roles as VP, head of global nephrological diseases, senior director global marketing Fabry disease, senior director global market access and international marketing for the cardiovascular business, in addition to leading business development efforts within various therapeutic areas. Ms. Chien holds a B.S. degree from
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