Nauman Shah,

Global Head, Janssen Business Development

Nauman Shah is the Global Head for Janssen Business Development. In this role, Nauman leads the Janssen Business Development organization in the identification, evaluation, execution, integration and management of global licensing, mergers & acquisitions (M&A), divestitures and out-licensing deals for the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.

Prior to this role, Nauman was the Chief Strategic Customer Officer with Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices. During that time, he led the U.S. Strategic Customer Group, with responsibilities to oversee the ongoing transformation of Johnson & Johnson business-tobusiness relationships with health systems, including account management strategies and engagement, contracting & pricing, and strategic customer solutions. He also led the Medical Device business in Canada and the North America Commercial Council.

Previously, Nauman held an Enterprise role as Vice President, Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) where he served as the Chief-of-Staff to the Chairman & CEO of Johnson & Johnson. In this role, he worked closely with the Executive and Management Committees to drive the Company’s strategic planning process, to advance and execute enterprise growth initiatives and to lead key strategic projects.

Prior to the Enterprise role, Nauman worked in the Pharmaceutical Sector for over 20 years, including as the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for the Metabolics franchise of Janssen, Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson. He was also a member of the Leadership Team for Cardiovascular and Metabolism. In these roles, he led the successful launches of INVOKANA and multiple indications for XARELTO, both of which represented first in class agents.

Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Nauman worked at Pfizer/Pharmacia, where he played a major role in the successful launches of major products in areas of Urology, Arthritis and Pain.

Nauman holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Basis of Behavior from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from Temple University and completed the General Management Program at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania

Nauman Shah
Nauman Shah