Atom Strategic Consulting advisors are committed to immersing ourselves in our clients business. We quickly elucidate and assimilate scientific and market information to ultimately provide individualized, strategic, and actionable recommendations, in addition to forming enduring partnerships.
Utilizing our scientific acumen, commercialization, marketing, and sales expertise, we will be the compass our partners desire from bench to patient. Our quest for strategic market optimization incorporates an integrated comprehensive approach and an articulation of both the current and future market and market dynamics. We will translate these dynamics and information into recommendations for the successful harvesting of business opportunities and recommendations for navigation through critical business issues. Atom Strategic Consulting’s guidance and recommendations will offer the momentum clients require to maximize value propositions.
As Atom Strategic Consulting advisors, we offer our personalized approach and our passion for success.
Elizabeth Attias, M.M.Sc., Sc.D.
President & CEO, Atom Strategic Consulting
Elizabeth Attias (Beth) founded Atom Strategic Consulting in 2000. As the President& CEO of Atom Strategic Consulting, Beth has worked with start-up companies, established biotechnology companies as well as small, mid-size, and large pharmaceutical companies on projects ranging from market development, strategic market entry, brand optimization, portfolio management and more. She has set an ambitious vision for the company and employed her scientific expertise to assist dozens of clients with clinical, launch, and post launch brand management campaigns.
Prior to founding Atom Strategic Consulting, Beth held several positions within the pharmaceuticals industry. Her work as the Associate Director of Medical and Scientific Affairs was recognized with a Medical Liaison Leadership Award in 1996. As Director of New Business Development in the Women’s Healthcare Division, her initiative earned her a place in Who’s Who Among American Women. Finally, as Category Director of Female Endocrine Products, Beth won a “Rising Star Award” from the Healthcare Business Women’s Association. Beth is a member of several professional associations and served on the Duke University Women’s Health Advisory Board.
Beth graduated in 1984 with a B.S. from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She went on to earn a Master of Medical Science from Emory University in 1987. She completed her academic career at The Johns Hopkins University. She graduated as a Maternal and Child Health National Fellow and with a Doctor of Science Degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health in 1992. She is the author of several scientific publications.
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