9+ years of experience
She also produces patient-based forecasts giving clients a closer look at market dynamics.
Dominique joined Informa in 2014 having been a biochemistry postdoctoral fellow at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
She has focused on oncology, producing analysis and opinion pieces across indications including head and neck cancer, colorectal cancer, chronic leukemia, breast cancer, and renal cell cancer. One of the highlights of her role is following the development of novel therapies, and relaying important information to clients.
She has a BA in Chemistry from Carleton College and a PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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By Dominique Fontanilla 14 Nov 2022
There has been little change to standard treatment for AML in recent years; however, 2017 saw a flurry of new targeted drug approvals, sparking significant market growth. Patient age remains the biggest factor in driving treatment decisions for AML. Cases of AML are expected to increase, and prognosis remains poor – especially among older adults. Drug developers are targeting patient segments with high unmet clinical need to gain access to the AML market and the budget impact of AML is expected to grow considerably.
By Dominique Fontanilla 13 Nov 2018
Understand important upcoming milestones that will impact the likelihood of drug approval or future sales potential for key therapies during a free webinar from Pharma Intelligence, "Q4 Outlook Webinar - Key Catalysts and their Impact on Pharma Markets".
By Dominique Fontanilla 15 Feb 2017
While Rituxan-based therapies remain dominant in the first-line treatment setting for early- and late-stage chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), the majority of patients with relapsed or refractory disease receive Imbruvica.
Topic Research Wire
By Dominique Fontanilla 23 Jun 2014
Datamonitor Healthcare identifies and discusses key highlights from the American Diabetes Association 74th annual Scientific Sessions (ADA 2014) that took place between 13 June and 17 June 2014 in San Francisco, California.