Cyntia leads IFPMA engagement in Africa and deals with other global health policies.
She has worked on policy issues related to biotherapeutic and regulatory domains, and to health systems strengthening and supply chain. She is also responsible for our falsified medicines portfolio.
Prior to joining IFPMA, she worked for Sanofi in the office of relations with international institutions. She gained her professional experience working for NGOs, international organizations, and governments in Africa, South America, and Switzerland.
Cyntia holds a Master in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva and a Master in Advanced Studies in Health Economics and Management from HEC Lausanne.
More from Cyntia
Supply & demand: fighting falsified medicines on two fronts
As falsified medicines are debated this week at the World Health Assembly, IFPMA shares what the biopharmaceutical is doing to combat this risk to individual and public health. If there’s one place not to take a gamble, it’s on whether or not a medicine is real or falsified. Yet in the last weeks alone...