Dr Perry Mohammed, M.D.
Global Medical Affairs Lead - HIV
Global Public Health
Johnson & Johnson
As Global Medical Affairs Lead in HIV, Global Public Health, at Johnson & Johnson, Perry is responsible for delivering on the Medical Affairs strategy for improving access to Janssen’s HIV medications and compounds in the developing world. His current role encompasses medical education and clinical trials, pre-approval access and compassionate use of our HIV compounds, as well as the development of partnerships with leading multilateral, government and non-government organizations. He is also a key partner and advocate of the New Horizons Collaborative paediatric HIV programme in partnership with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Under his leadership Janssen has trained hundreds of healthcare providers in the Sub-Saharan African region as well as other Least Developed Countries. He has also been the Study Responsible Physician for multiple studies that are relevant to the geographical and therapeutic area of HIV including co-morbidities like Malaria. The SALIF study has been one of his main projects to date, investigating the role of rilpivirine solely in the resource limited setting - a first for Janssen - going into countries where we have not conducted large scale trials in the past.
During a recent secondment with the networking department of the European & Developing Countries Trial Partnerships (EDCTP), he fostered closer relationships with industry partners in addressing the gaps for Poverty Related Diseases.
Having graduated from the University of the West Indies in 1998 with a MBBS degree, he worked in the public health service in Trinidad and Tobago as a junior doctor, gaining experience in internal medicine and emergency which sparked his passion for HIV as a therapeutic area. He continued his career as a HIV physician in the UK, working in the National Health Service. He joined Janssen in what was then Tibotec as a Medical Advisor in 2005, and since then has shown leadership in the field of Medical Affairs and Infectious Diseases, particularly HIV and TB.
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