MedImmune's Bahija Jallal On Changing The Diversity Narrative
Bahija Jallal, vice president of AstraZeneca and head of MedImmune, told a packed room of mostly female health care employees that in her career she has "followed her heart and the science" to reach goals she had not imagined possible, as she accepted the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association's 2017 Woman of the Year award.
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