Beatrice Anduze-Faris, M.D
Vice President, Global Clinical Compliance & Continuous Improvement (GCC&CI), Global Development Operations
Central New Jersey
Beatrice Anduze-Faris, M.D., is the vice president of Global Clinical Compliance & Continuous Improvement (GCC&CI) at Bristol Myers Squibb. In her role, Beatrice supports the company’s integrated portfolio strategy and quality objectives by providing good clinical practice (GCP) compliance support throughout the organization. Through the development and implementation of a Clinical Trial Risk Management capability, her organization works with R&D teams to build study protocols aiming to address critical scientific questions with sound methodology, while enabling smooth operational execution and inspection readiness at all times. Prior to her current role, she was part of the Development organization, leading the global medical team in supporting immunology, virology and mature brands.
Beatrice earned her M.D. from the Faculty of Medicine Pierre & Marie Curie in Paris, France, and completed her general medicine residency at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital. Here, Beatrice practiced for several years, caring for people living with HIV/AIDS and conducting clinical research both as an investigator and a clinical monitor.
Beatrice is passionate about connecting people with the ultimate purpose of enhancing health outcomes. As a prior healthcare provider, she aspires for the company to deliver a superior patient experience. As a leader in the industry, Beatrice wants to ensure that diverse team members work in a safe environment that fosters innovation and rewarding careers.
Interests and Expertise
Inspired by family members in the medical profession, Beatrice decided to become a doctor at age five. That early choice didn't stop her from exploring alternate paths, including aeronautics. Her passion for flight started at age 16 when she traveled alone to the United States and flew a Cessna from Massachusetts to California in 12 days. Her sense of adventure drove her to move to the U.S. in 2003. While embracing new professional challenges, she also found time to earn her private pilot license. Along with her husband and son, she now calls New Jersey home.