Dr. Benée Brown, PharmD

 
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Dr. Benée Brown, PharmD, is the Senior Medical Liaison at Sanofi. She is a graduate of the University of Texas and the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio with experience in hospital, ambulatory care, managed care, and prescription benefit management (PBM) settings. Prior to her Diabetes Medical Liaison role with Sanofi, she served as a Women’s Health Medical Science Liaison with Eli Lilly. This was followed by serving as a Formulary Pharmacist for the second largest Prescription Benefit Management (PBM) Company in the U.S., with responsibility for more than 8 million covered lives. As a PBM pharmacist for the Caremark/CVS National Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee, Benée carefully conducted clinical reviews, pharmacoeconomic evaluations and provided evidence-based recommendations for various categories and classes of Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved prescription drugs evaluation by the National Caremark/CVS P&T Committee.

Benée joined Sanofi in 2005 as a U.S. Medical Affairs Diabetes Medical Liaison in Chicago, IL and Austin, Texas in 2015. She serves as a respected leader and regional partner through the provision of evidence-based solutions in the form of diabetes-related education, support of diabetes-related clinical research and provision of unsolicited medical information. In addition, Benée works in establishing new and strengthening existing relationships with key diabetes thought-leaders, private and public organizations, and institutions. Benée has also successfully led initiatives and projects related to innovation, organizational strategy, diversity & inclusion, and the advancement of improved operational processes.

Since 2012, Benée has also served as an adjunct clinical professor at Chicago State University College of Pharmacy. Benée is an avid runner, biker, swimmer, reader and traveler.  She enjoys sharing her active lifestyle with her wonderful family which includes her husband, daughter and son.