BRIAN WOODFALL, M.D.
Brian Woodfall, M.D., is Global Head of Development, Infectious Diseases where he oversees the development of key therapeutics for Janssen.
Brian joined the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in 2003, at Tibotec, a company specializing in the discovery and development of innovative HIV/AIDS drugs and superior anti-infectives for diseases of high unmet medical need. As head of the Medical Department at Tibotec, he had responsibilities across global development in the areas of HIV, hepatitis C and tuberculosis. From 2011 to 2013, Brian held the role of Vice President for Medical Affairs for Janssen covering the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa).
Brian completed his medical degree at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, followed by post-graduate training at the University of British Columbia. For 15 years, he had a private practice with a focus on HIV. During this time, he was involved in clinical care, teaching, research and community-based volunteer organizations. As a co-founder of Spectrum Health Care Ltd. in Vancouver, B.C., he was instrumental in the conception, funding, implementation and day-to-day management of an integrated multi-disciplinary clinic dealing with HIV.