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Scott Patterson

Head of Statistical Innovation
Sanofi Pasteur

Scott Patterson is currently Sanofi Pasteur's Head of Statistical Innovation. He has over 25 years of statistical consulting, collaboration, leadership, and experience in clinical and clinical pharmacology trials. Scott, his wife, and six children live in Pennsylvania.

Subjects: Statistics


Business Experience
2017 – Present  Head of Statistical Innovation; Sanofi Pasteur
2015 – 2017 Senior Director of Statistical Science & Quantitative Modeling for Vaccines Clinical Research & Development; Pfizer
2009 – 2015 Senior Director of Statistical Science for Vaccines; Pfizer
2008 – 2009 Senior Director of Statistical Science for Vaccines, Clinical Pharmacology, and Infectious Diseases; Wyeth
2006 – 2008 Director, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicines; GlaxoSmithKline
2001 – 2006 Director, Discovery and Early Phase Development; GlaxoSmithKline
1999 – 2001 Clinical Pharmacology Statistics Manager; SmithKline Beecham
1994 – 1999 Senior - Principal Statistician;  SmithKline Beecham
1993 – 1994 Graduate Teaching Assistant and Consulting Statistician;
Dept. of Statistics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
1992 – 1993 Statistician, Lipid Research Laboratory; University of Cincinnati Hospital

Ongoing Activities
• Cub Scout Pack 61 Committee Chair (2016-Present), Religious Emblem Coordinator (2015-Present) & Advancement Chair  (2015-Present)  
• St. Elizabeth Roman Catholic Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion (2012-Present)
• Roman Catholic Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus; Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary
• American Statistical Association

Selected Honors
• Pfizer’s Prevnar 13 Team Award, Prix Galien 2011
• President’s Achieving Excellence Award, Wyeth 2008
• Donald E. Francke Award, Drug Information Association 2006

Selected Teaching Experience
Short Course: Bioequivalence, Biosimilarity, and Statistics in Clinical Pharmacology Given at Deming Conference (2016)  
Adjunct Professor (2010 – 2012) Villanova University
Short Course: Bioequivalence and Statistics in Clinical Pharmacology Given at Deming Conference, ASA Joint Stats Meeting, Biopharmaceutical Applied Statistics Symposium, DIA Annual Meetings (USA, Europe)  


    PhD, University College London

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Bioequivalence, Vaccines, Clinical Pharmacology, ICH E14

Personal Interests

    Gardening, astronomy, coin-collecting, writing.


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