Sandra Cook, Ph.D., is a results oriented project management and training consultant with over twenty-five years experience in the pharmaceutical industry. The last half have been focused on Investigational Products where she has held both line management and senior level project management roles facilitating high performing teams in the delivery of worldwide clinical supplies, including materials supporting key priority blockbuster products for large pharma. Additionally, Dr. Cook has been instrumental in the design, development and implementation of several global process improvement projects for R&D Supply Chain. Graduating Summa Cum Laude and first in class in her undergraduate studies, Cook went on as a pre-doctoral fellow of the National Institute of Mental Health to receive a dual doctorate in Pharmacology & Toxicology. After contributing in positions in both pre-clinical and global project management disciplines, Cook moved her skills into the clinical supply chain. An active member of the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering and lead author of the 2014 ISPE Pharmaceutical Engineering publication, “The Blinding of Material in Clinical Trials: Essential Processes for Ensuring the Integrity of Clinical Study Data”, she also serves as Program Coordinator and Co-Meetings Facilitator for the inter-company Equal Partners in Clinical Supplies forum. In addition to project management, training and strategic advisement support, Dr. Cook served as Intercompany Liaison for the Comparator Network of TransCelerate. Dr. Cook is a frequently invited speaker, facilitator and trainer and is recognized for her ability to communicate technical concepts while motivating audiences.