Betsey Zbyszynski

Invited Speaker | Meeting the Challenge Summit: Diversity in Dermatology Clinical Trials

Betsey Zbyszynski has been in the clinical research industry for over 25 years. She began her career as a clinical research coordinator at an ophthalmic clinical research site. Since then, Betsey has worked in the clinical monitoring, project management, business development and strategic development sectors of the industry. Betsey was the Clinical Research Manager solely responsible for managing the clinical trials that received FDA approval of the first human collagen product for dermal filler.

For seventeen years, Betsey worked in the CRO setting. She managed the growth of a start-up CRO division from $0 revenues to a $6 million revenue within its first year and was instrumental in the strategic partnership with a biometrics company. She helped managed another start-up CRO to over $25 million in annual revenue by generating new business as well as maintaining the business relationships. Betsey recently worked on the pharma side as Director of Outsourcing. Her responsibilities included vendor management and developing and managing the RFP process. Her main therapeutic areas of expertise include dermatology, cosmetic dermatology, and ophthalmology.

The incredibly fast growth and the well received feedback Vial has achieved is what excited Betsey to join the Vial team. She brings her industry knowledge and relationship building passion to continue Vial’s success.

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