Madiha is a pharmaceutical industry professional with a background in fundamental bench research. Her experience as a regulatory medical writer working with small, mid-size, and large pharmaceutical companies has given her an in-depth understanding of all phases of drug development, from discovery to post‑authorization.
Madiha uses her extensive experience in regulatory writing and clinical trial transparency to write strategic documents that are clear, concise, and focused on key messages. She works collaboratively with cross-functional teams and leverages her research background to ensure that the nonclinical and clinical data create a cohesive submission package.
Madiha’s areas of expertise include: regulatory writing across a variety of therapeutic areas including FDA submissions and EU regulatory meetings; written materials for health authority interactions; scientific storytelling for presenting data to scientists, researchers, and the general public; writing plain language clinical study results directed to patients; and working with cross-functional teams to manage projects.
Madiha earned a PhD in Chemistry from Wayne State University and a BSc in Chemistry, with a double minor in Applied Statistics and Psychology from the University of Michigan. She has three years of postdoctoral experience in Pharmacology/Toxicology at Michigan State University.
Madiha is a supporter of the United Nations World Food Programme, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and several community programs that promote and facilitate STEM education for girls. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, reading, traveling, and learning new skills and languages.