What is your role at Daiichi Sankyo?
I work as an Epidemiologist in the European CSPV (Clinical Safety and Pharmacovigilance) department. My work focuses on signal detection of ADR (adverse drug reactions) of our products in the European ADR database and on cross-functionally supporting epidemiologic matters related to safety studies, literature reviews and real-world data.
What motivates you to work for Daiichi Sankyo?
My biggest motivation is the knowledge that I play a part in providing new medicines for patients and in this way, I am saving lives.
What is special about working at Daiichi Sankyo?
At DS we have a lot of flexibility in choosing when and where we want to work. This is very helpful in terms of work-life balance, especially if you have a family. You can also see this in the number of amazing, empowered women who work here.
How do you ensure a patient-centric approach in your daily work?
Patients are ultimately at the center of what we do! In CSPV we monitor the occurrence of adverse drug reactions and make sure that potential safety issues are detected early and appropriate safety measures are put in place.