Astellas Pharma + Personal Perspectives

When:
April 28, 2022 8:00PM

Join Jett Foundation’s Community Webinar Series as we welcome Ha Tran, a Senior Medical Director and Global Medical Lead at Astellas Pharma, for a presentation and discussion on clinical trial updates. The program will begin with a recorded 15-20 minute presentation by a representative from Astellas and Q & A, followed by a non-recorded personal perspective presentation by three Jett Ambassadors whose children are currently enrolled in clinical trials.

Our goal is to give individuals and caregivers an opportunity to hear from sponsors, experts, individuals and other caregivers, as well as to feel comfortable asking questions. If you would like to attend the personal perspective presentation, but are not able to attend the webinar, please reach out to alexa@jettfoundation.org for more information.

Guest Speaker

Ha Tran Headshot

Ha Tran, MD, MS, FAAP
Senior Medical Director

Global Medical Lead
Astellas Pharma

Dr. Ha Tran is a Senior Medical Director and Global Medical Lead at Astellas Pharma where her work focuses on mitochondrial and pediatric diseases.

Dr. Tran is a board certified Pediatrician specializing in Pediatric Nephrology and an adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford School of Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics. She has successfully led clinical trials in both medical devices and pharmaceuticals across various phases in adults, children, and rare diseases.

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