Ginger Constantine, MD
initiated EndoRheum Consultants
, an organization dedicated to assisting companies with all clinical aspects of drug development, in 2010.
Prior to EndoRheum, she was associated with Wyeth Pharmaceuticals as both a Rheumatology Consultant and later as part of their Medical Affairs group.
assumed responsibility for the Wyeth Women's Health and Bone Repair Therapeutic areas, guiding her
staff to the completion of numerous INDS and more than 10 NDAs and European dossiers in the areas of contraception, osteoporosis, menopausal symptoms, endometriosis, and osteoarthritis.
Ginger received her medical degree from Temple University and has authored more than 100 articles, posters and abstracts.