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Stephen DeCherney, MD, MPH

University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Chapel Hill, NC, USA

Professor of Medicine

University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Stephen DeCherney, MD, MPH


Steve DeCherney MD MPH is Professor of Medicine and former Professor (Adjunct) of Business in the Kenan-Flagler School of Business, University of North Carolina. Steve is board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and was named as one of the Best Doctors in America.

Earlier in his career, Steve was CEO of Health Decisions Inc and is now a member of their Board of Directors. He served as President Global CRO at Quintiles Transnational Corporation. Steve serves on the Board of KNOW Bio and has many other business interests and serves on the Board of Directors of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights. He also serves as a Trustee of the University of Delaware Research Foundation and is a Trustee of the Christiana Care Health System. He was an independent director of Theorem Clinical Research Company. Additionally, Steve was a Board Member of Symyx Corporation, also serving on their Audit Committee. Steve served as a Trustee of the William Harvey Research Foundation, of the Queen Mary Medical College, St. Barts and the London Hospitals, University of London. He was a senior advisor to the London Genetics Company, Member of the Farmer Food Share Board of Trustees and Chairman of their Finance Subcommittee.

Steve graduated from Columbia College of Columbia University, New York and in Medicine from Temple University, Philadelphia, He also earned an MPH, Healthcare Policy and Management, from Columbia University School of Public Health.

Stephen DeCherney, MD, MPH’s Background

Professor of Medicine
Chapel Hill, NC, USA
The University of North Carolina is the oldest public university in the US
CEO & Board Director
Durham, NC, USA
Health Decisions is a full-service CRO specializing in clinical studies of therapeutics for women’s health indications and studies of diagnostics for all therapeutic areas. Steve previously served as CEO and is currently a Member of the Board of Directors.
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Current Non-Executive Positions

Newark, DE, USA
University of Delaware Research Foundation supports high-quality engineering and scientific research projects, with grants given mainly in the fields of engineering and the natural and physical sciences.
Senior Advisor
London, UK
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is renowned for its research, postgraduate studies and continuing education in public and global health. With an annual research income of more than £140 million they are one of the highest-rated research institutions in the UK.

Previous Non-Executive Positions

Independent Director
London, UK
Chiltern, a leading global contract research organization acquired Theorem Clinical Research, strengthening its position as the largest mid-sized provider of comprehensive, clinical development services.
Member of Board & Audit Committee
Symyx Corporation, is now part of Biovia, which provides a scientific environment for advanced chemical, biological and materials experiences to help science develop higher quality products faster and more cost effectively.
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Member of the Board of Directors
New York, NY, USA
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, founded in 1968, is led by human rights activist and lawyer Kerry Kennedy and advocates for a more just and peaceful world. Working alongside local activists to ensure lasting positive change in governments and corporations, the RFK team includes leading attorneys, advocates, entrepreneurs and writers united by a commitment to social justice.
Wilmington, DE, USA
Christiana Care Health System is a not-for-profit health system that believes that the key to providing truly great health care is to partner with patients and their families, building a system of care that is effective, affordable and valuable to everyone.

Stephen DeCherney, MD, MPH’s Education

BA Biology
1970 - 1974
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