Madeline St. Onge, MBA

CONSULTANT

Background in business development, program management, and strategy, focused on the bottlenecks impacting the clinical translation and commercial success of cell and gene therapies.

About Madeline

Madeline joins Dark Horse after 6.5 years at the International Society for Cell & Gene Therapy (ISCT), the global professional organization focused on the clinical translation of cell and gene therapies. Most recently Madeline was responsible for leading corporate revenue generation at ISCT including conference sponsorships and corporate memberships. In this role, Madeline acted as the voice of industry to ISCT leadership and worked closely with senior industry executives to develop programs that serve the diverse needs of companies across the cell and gene therapy industry. She became intimately familiar with the challenges facing the commercialization of cell and gene therapies and the importance of cross-sector collaboration to advance the availability of cell and gene therapies for patients.

Prior to focusing on industry activities at ISCT, Madeline managed the educational programs for ISCT Annual Meetings, working with key opinion leaders to curate peer reviewed programs serving the needs of all professionals involved in the clinical translation of cell and gene therapies.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

International Society for Cell & Gene Therapy
Associate Director, Industry Affairs
Manager, Scientific and Industry Affairs

EDUCATION

Schulich School of Business, York University
Master of Business Administration (MBA)

University of British Columbia
B.S. in Biology

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