Daniella Amato

Daniella Amato

Medical Information Specialist, Researcher

Expertise

Biomedical Sciences

Education

Loyola University Chicago, Roosevelt University

Highlights

I feel passionate about making sure any information regarding health and wellness is conveyed clearly and accurately to make a positive impact on each individual's life and bring them comfort.

— Daniella Amato

Experience

Daniella is a biomedical scientist serving as a medical expert and reviewer within the pharmaceutical industry, with a focus on managing medical information regarding drug products and therapeutic areas to ensure information relayed to the public regarding health and wellness is accurate and truthful. She is an expert on the basics of drug development and disease pathogenesis, clinical study design and execution, the comprehension of medical literature, and knowledge of federal regulations/guidelines.

Education

Daniella received Bachelor's in Biology from Loyola University Chicago and Master's in Biomedical Sciences from Roosevelt University.

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