Evan Vosburgh, MD
Evan Vosburgh, M.D. is Executive Director of the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Foundation based in New York City and Stamford, CT. The private Foundation funds academic programs broadly in the sciences, as well as operates a laboratory focused on neuroendocrine cancer biology.
He is a board certified hematologist and medical oncologist who served on the faculty of the Boston University School of Medicine for 10 years where be combined clinical care, teaching, and administrative oversight of clinical research programs in cancer clinical trials, hemophilia, and systemic amyloidosis, including autologous stem cell therapy. In 1997 Evan Vosburgh left Boston to work for Bayer Pharmaceuticals in the Biologics Division. He later moved to Purdue Pharma as the Director of Scientific Evaluations where he represented the International Research and Development group in assisting the Licensing and Business Development group in establishing and growing a research program, particularly focusing in the area of cancer therapies. He assumed his current position in 2003.
In addition to serving on the NETRF Board of Scientific Advisors, Evan also serves on the Board of several non-profits including the CT Challenge, Swim Across America, and the Harlem Lacrosse & Leadership Foundation. He maintains teaching and clinical responsibilities as a Clinical Associate Professor at the Yale University School of Medicine.
Executive Director, Raymond and Beverly Sackler Foundation