Newly Elected Vice Chair of Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Working Group

Newly Elected Vice Chair of Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Working Group

EABC would like to congratulate a new vice chair of the Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Working Group, Dr. Kittima Sriwatanakul from B.Braun (Thailand) Ltd.

Dr. Kittima Sriwatanakul is currently Government Affairs & Market Access Manager at B. Braun (Thailand) Ltd. In this role, she also represents B. Braun in EABC Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Working Group as well as IPR Working Group. In addition, she is a member of Reimbursement Working Group of Thai Medical Device Technology Industry Association (ThaiMed).

She has more than 15 years of extensive experience working with various pharmaceutical companies. She started her industry career with Servier Thailand as a Scientific Affairs Manager working in the areas of regulatory affairs and clinical studies before moving to MSD Thailand for the position of External Affairs Director dealing with public policy, market access, intellectual property, healthcare financing and corporate communications. She also spent nearly 5 years as Project Manager at Pfizer Thailand Foundation and being a Policy Advisor for Pfizer’s Corporate Affairs & Health and Value team. Most of her works on policy arena are on shaping the healthcare environment for ease of doing business with transparency and good governance in order for the industry to be able to operate in the predictable environment that are up to international standard.

Kittima contributed significantly in various subcommittees under PReMA since 2002 and was the chairperson of health policy subcommittee during 2013-2014 and co-chair of AMCHAM healthcare working group during 2012-early 2014.

Kittima spent more than 15 years as lecturer at Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University. During her academic career, she had been involved in many areas of research especially in pharmacokinetics, clinical studies and bioequivalence. She had several publications out of her research activities. She was one of the founding members to establish National Doping Control Center to prepare for 13th ASEAN Game in 1998. Her last position was Associate Professor in Pharmacology.

Kittima earned her Bachelor of Science from Chulalongkorn University, Master Degree in Pharmacology from Mahidol University and Master and Ph. D. degrees in Toxicology from Surrey University, UK under the British Council Scholarship Program.