Jasmine Pree Hameth, Director, Corporate Functions & Strategic Talent Sourcing, is focused on finding, hiring and supporting new employees of diverse backgrounds. Read more about how working at Gilead enables her to take on new challenges and see the impact of her daily work.
Senior Therapeutic Specialist Eduardo Blan is part of a team that helps enable access to Gilead’s #HepatitisC therapies and other antiviral medicines throughout Brazil. Read about some of Eduardo’s most memorable experiences at Gilead and what motivates him to continue doing his best work.
Kerri Fitzpatrick, National Director, Clinical Nurse Educators, has built a career in oncology. With a passion for helping meet the needs of people living with serious diseases, she knew that joining Gilead was the right next step. Hear more of her story as part of the new Meet Our Employees series.
“Every minute, every hour, every day that we work brings a medicine closer and closer to being available for patients.” A new video series showcases the accomplished, imaginative and dedicated individuals who have committed their careers to helping drive innovation and improve human health. In the first installment, Gilead’s Daejin Abidoye and Oriana Wiklund discuss their shared goal of advancing cancer treatments and shed light on what it’s like working here.
Interns Help Facilitate Breast Cancer Conversations Among Young Black Women
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As a former collegiate women’s basketball coach, Stephanie Glance has observed her share of tough battles on the court. But none were as fierce as what she saw her mentor and friend, Coach Kay Yow, go through while living with breast cancer for 22 years.
As a physician treating children living with HIV at an infectious disease hospital in Shanxi, China, Guo Xiaoping hatched an ambitious plan. His goals? To create a place for the students to learn and live and to help reduce the intense stigma they often face from external communities.
Over the past 18 months, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases to center stage. For Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Dr. Sharon Lewin, Professor of Medicine at the University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Australia, the pandemic offers an opportunity for the global health community to review its approach to HIV prevention and treatment and to plot a stronger course going forward.
When Wayne Duffus moved from Jamaica to New York after high school, he quickly developed an interest in science thanks to a handful of inspiring mentors. His family was immigrating to the United States, and he was excited to attend City University of New York – Brooklyn College. After graduation, as he continued exploring his newly found passion, he enrolled in an MD-PhD program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and eventually went on to specialize in infectious diseases to help fight the growing HIV epidemic. Since then, he has focused his work on HIV prevention in the clinical, public health and government sectors.