Julie Clark, M.D.

Julie Clark, M.D. is Adverum’s chief medical officer, responsible for clinical development strategy and execution. Over the course of her career, she has worked on clinical development programs and commercial launch initiatives for new therapies for ocular diseases, including Eylea® and BEOVU®. Previously, she worked with Novartis over a five-year period in positions of increasing responsibility. As lead medical director – retina, she was responsible for the Phase 3b clinical trial for BEOVU® and served as medical lead for cross-functional team initiatives for product launch. Earlier, she was medical director, U.S. medical affairs for ThromboGenics, where she supported the Jetrea® launch and late-stage clinical studies. Previously, she worked with Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., where as associate director, medical affairs – ophthalmology she supported the clinical development and commercial launch of Eylea®. Before Regeneron, she worked with ISTA Pharmaceuticals as medical affairs product director and helped align strategy and communications for Xibrom®/Bromday®, Bepreve®, Istalol®, Vitrase®. Dr. Clark earned an M.D. from Wake Forest University School of Medicine and a B.S. in Biology from Wake Forest University. In addition, she holds an M.S. in Biotechnology from the Center for Biotechnology Education and Advanced Biotechnology Studies from Johns Hopkins University.