Kevin holds a bachelor of science degree in bioengineering from Purdue University and a master of business administration degree from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.
Executive Vice President
Jeff is an Executive Vice President at Promidian and a life sciences consulting veteran, bringing several years of analytical, strategic, and operational experience to the company. He has focused primarily on supporting top-tier pharma and biotech executives with brand and portfolio strategy, commercial effectiveness, business development, and market access optimization.
Before joining Promidian, Jeff led a team of more than 20 consultants as Regional General Manager for Campbell Alliance, where he was responsible for consulting operations and P&L across the Southwestern United States. During his time at Campbell, Jeff received numerous performance awards and distinctions, including top performing consultant and manager across the entire company. Prior to his career in consulting, Jeff served as a business development associate with Amylin Pharmaceuticals.
Jeff has authored industry journal and white-paper articles, presented at several biotech leadership conferences, and guest lectured at a number of universities and graduate schools.
Jeff received his bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. He also has a master of bioscience (MSc and MBA) degree, with a specialty focus in the business of bioscience, from the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences in Claremont, California.
Faruk Abdullah, Vice President at Promidian, is a life sciences professional with extensive experience addressing a broad range of strategic issues including corporate development, portfolio planning, and launch excellence.
Prior to joining Promidian, Faruk was a Vice President at Applied Predictive Technologies (APT). Faruk led the Life Sciences and Healthcare practice at APT, where he helped clients apply advanced analytic software technologies to draw unique insights from clinical and commercial data. Before joining APT, Faruk was an Associate Partner at the Monitor Group, where he focused on shaping and executing strategic initiatives for large and mid-cap life science companies. In addition to being a strategic advisor, Faruk has contributed to entrepreneurial efforts developing products in both the therapeutic and medical device spaces.
Faruk has authored a number of articles that have helped companies consider novel approaches to developing and commercializing their products. He has shared unique perspectives on how companies can adapt their commercial models to an evolving healthcare ecosystem. He also has offered insights on how organizations can rethink how to develop and integrate analytic capabilities to inform critical strategic decisions.
Faruk holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
A Vice President with Promidian, Jonathan has more than 15 years of experience helping biopharmaceutical companies make better strategic decisions in the areas of commercialization, R&D, portfolio planning, launch pricing and reimbursement, forecasting, asset valuation, and more across a broad range of therapeutic areas.
Jonathan’s experience spans both commercial and market access questions, and the development and application of both quantitative and qualitative insights. As such, he brings particularly deep expertise in leveraging innovative methodologies and large data sets to support analysis and strategic decision-making.
Before joining Promidian, Jonathan served as Principal at Putnam Associates, where he contributed to the growth of the firm’s New Products Strategy and Pricing, Reimbursement and Market Access practices. As Senior Principal at the Amundsen Group, Jonathan blended insights from large quantitative data sets with qualitative and secondary research to drive actionable recommendations for clients. He also previously served as a strategy consultant at L.E.K. Consulting, where he was largely focused on forecasting and valuation, as well as asset screens and business development strategy for smaller biotech companies. Jonathan has also served in several roles at Vertex Pharmaceuticals.
Jonathan has lectured on valuation approaches and techniques at the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, and he is co-author of “Biopharma: Beyond the First Product,” an in-depth look at critical success factors for growth of emerging biotechs, published in In Vivo.
Jonathan earned a bachelor of arts in economics from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
As a Vice President and integral part of Promidian’s leadership team, Jake brings more than a decade of experience working across the global healthcare ecosystem, including life sciences, diagnostics, and health systems in both developed and emerging markets. He is a trusted advisor to leading biopharma, medical device, and other healthcare organizations, providing critical decision-making assistance in the areas of product commercialization, R&D, portfolio planning, asset valuation, analytics, digital health strategies, and more across a broad range of therapeutic areas.
Prior to joining Promidian, Jake was the Director and Head of a Global Business Development team for IBM Watson Health, where he was responsible for the ideation and prototyping of innovative solutions fueled by artificial intelligence and predictive analytics across the healthcare and life science domains. During his time at IBM Watson Health, Jake was involved in a number of innovative strategic partnerships with life science companies, focusing on taking key client initiatives from the proof-of-concept stage to a production environment yielding actionable insights. Prior to IBM Watson Health, Jake was a Director and Los Angeles office lead for ICON plc’s Commercialization Strategy and Science division.
A frequent lecturer and keynote speaker at conferences, Jake has presented to large and small groups on a number of topics, among them the transformative nature of artificial intelligence and predictive analytics in healthcare.
Jake earned a bachelor’s degree in finance with a minor in healthcare management from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and an MBA from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.