United States of America
Susanne Szabo has over 20 years of experience in creating and leading successful R&D programs in autoimmune diseases, inflammation and the microbiome. She has managed local and global cross-functional teams in academic, biotech and large pharmaceutical settings by focusing on her core values of integrity, scientific rigor and teamwork. Dr. Szabo has made significant scientific and medical contributions that are published in a number of patents and journals such as Cell, Science, and Immunity. During her post-doctoral Fellowship at Harvard Medical School/School of Public Health, she identified T-bet as a critical factor in T helper cell development and earned a Ph.D. in Immunology at Washington University where she studied cytokine receptor signal transduction pathways.