Trinity Employees Attend Disorder: Rare Disease Film Festival

Several of Trinity’s Waltham employees attended the Disorder: Rare Disease Film Festival on October 3 in Boston. The event, designed to increase awareness, connect patients and lead to new research paths, was an invaluable experience to
learn about the stories of rare disease patients around the world. Employees also enjoyed hearing from filmmakers, researchers, and patient advocates. The day was a valuable glimpse into the challenges faced by many in the rare disease community on a regular
basis and inspires us to continue helping clients address the needs of patients with rare diseases. For more information about the Disorder: Rare Disease Film Festival, please visit:

Trinity Partners Identifies Value Proposition of Most Expensive Drugs Approved by the FDA from 2014-2016

Trinity Partners today, in tandem with the 22nd Annual International ISPOR Meeting, announced the results of a whitepaper titled, “What We Value: The Proposition Behind the Price.” The authors analyze the costliest drugs to the healthcare system approved by the FDA from 2014-2016 in order to understand the interaction between value and price.  In this industry analysis, Trinity reveals the factors that appear to allow some drugs a higher price point than others and addresses key questions including: What do the most expensive drug launches in the recent past reveal about what our society values? What does the market seem to be willing to pay for?

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Trinity Partners Supports Rare Disease Day Around the Country

Trinity Partners honored Rare Disease Day on February 28th, a day dedicated to raising awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients’ lives. We attended several events throughout the country, including MassBio’s Patient Advocacy meeting at the Massachusetts State House and the Metropolitan Hospital Center’s Rare Disease event in New York City. We also tuned into MassBio and ABC News’ Rare Disease Day Tweetchat. Check out a few pictures of our team advocating for the rare disease community!

Trinity Partners Identifies Hallmarks of Successful US Biopharma M&As

Trinity Partners today, in concert with the 35th Annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, has announced the findings of a white paper exploring the strategic decisions that successfully position a company for a maximized M&A exit. By examining the past ten years of biopharma M&A activity, Trinity has developed a framework that summaries the optimal path for private companies, taking into consideration major factors that inform valuations including financials, R&D portfolio, licensing opportunities, partnerships and more.


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Trinity Partners launches the Trinity Alumni Network!

The Trinity Alumni Network exists to assist you with staying connected to Trinity, and to each other, wherever you are in your professional development. Join us today by clicking HERE. Trinity provides strategic and tactical insights to address the complex business questions that confront pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies worldwide.

Trinity Partners Continues Investment in Primary Market Research Group with New Engagement Manager

Trinity Partners, a global life sciences consulting firm, announced today that it has welcomed Steve Yonish as an Engagement Manager in its Primary Market Research (PMR) Group. In this new role, Steve will lead engagements for biopharmaceutical clients on topics ranging from market access and reimbursement, pharmaceutical pricing, market/opportunity assessment, brand positioning and more. He will also be responsible for helping to grow Trinity’s Princeton, New Jersey office, which will position Trinity in close proximity to many long-standing clients and will officially open in Summer 2016.

Prior to joining Trinity, Steve was an Associate Partner with BluePrint Research Group where he made significant contributions to business development and led engagements for large-scale global qualitative and quantitative projects across a broad range of therapeutic categories. In addition to his time at BluePrint, Steve has almost twenty years of experience in consultative market research including manufacturing experience with Bristol-Myers Squibb, and market research leadership roles at BioVid Corporation, The Zitter Group, The Monitor Group and Forrester Research. Steve received his BA from Cornell University in Economics, and later received a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in Political Science.

“Steve’s deep industry experience and proven track record of leading strategic initiatives that address a broad range of issues that our clients face make him a perfect addition to our team,” said Neal Dunn, Partner at Trinity Partners. “His hire represents our continued attention to our clients’ primary research needs.”

“I am inspired by the dynamic work that the Primary Market Research group is doing here at Trinity Partners, and I look forward to sharing the knowledge I’ve gained during my time in this industry and collaborating with this talented team.”

Steve’s hire is one of many for Trinity over the past couple of months. Based just outside of Boston, Trinity has over 100 employees with offices in San Francisco and New York City, and was recently named to Consulting Magazine’s list of Fastest Growing Firms as well as The Boston Business Journal’s ‘Best Places to Work’ list. In addition to his regular roles and responsibilities, Steve will participate in the company’s traditional commitment to the development of its young professionals, serving as a mentor to junior colleagues to help improve their writing and strategic thinking skills.
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