Yehudith Wexler

CEO & Co-Founder

Yehudith has decades of experience in both the Israeli and global biomedical industry. Several companies she served at include Omicron, Organon Teknika, Orgenics, and Stratagene. She took part in the establishment of the Medical Devices Unit in the Ministry of Health, where she was in charge of the registration and quality systems, including GMP inspections. In 1998 Yehudith and Amir founded Bioforum Applied Knowledge Center and later on developed Bioforum’s clinical data services. Yehudith holds a master's degree in Life Sciences (MSc) from the Weizmann Institute of Science and a Diploma of Information Systems Analyst from the Technion.

    Amir Malka

    President & Co-Founder

    Amir has been working in the life science industry for over eighteen years. In 1998 Amir and Yehudith established Bioforum Applied Knowledge Center and later led the company in its development and expansion into a data-focused CRO. Amir holds a L. LB and is a member of the Israeli Bar Association. He has extensive experience in clinical trials and has been driving Bioforum's vision since the company’s formation. Amir is a member of several life science and clinical trial associations and actively promotes for the removal of barriers to advance these industries in Israel.

      Eyal Wultz

      President, Data Services

      Eyal has over twenty years of experience in the clinical development, regulatory, supply chain, and military industries. He served as Associate Director of Drug Development Informatics in Millennium, the Takeda oncology company, and as VP of Professional Services in Demantra, a leading demand management solution provider (acquired by Oracle). Eyal holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and has an exceptional track record in developing and implementing software within the clinical development, regulatory, QA, and LIMS areas. Since 2006, Eyal has been involved in clinical data standardization, building CDISC-based solutions and clinical data warehouses, all while integrating safety, efficacy, and operational data.

        Irina Sher

        VP, Data Management

        Irina has been part of the Bioforum team for seven years and manager of the Data Management Department for three years. She is responsible for leading and overseeing all data management personnel as well as directing and guiding the data management activities of the company. Irina develops and implements strategies and policies for data management that maximize the quality, reliability, and efficiency of deliverables while also ensuring client requirements are met and the industry performs its best practices. She holds a M.Sc. in Epidemiology from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel.

          Edan A. Razinovsky

          VP, Strategic Development

          Edan has been working in the pharmaceutical industry for over ten years. He started his career with hands on clinical research while studying for his post-baccalaureate at Harvard University. After completing his studies, Edan worked for a small site CRO in the Boston Area, and then moved to Israel to join Teva pharmaceuticals as a manager of the clinical supply chain for clinical trials specializing in phase 1 and early phase studies. Currently Edan is pursuing his MBA in technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship at Tel Aviv University's MOTIE program.

            Shir Mnuchin

            VP, Partnerships and Communications

            Shir has been leading cross-sector partnerships for the past 10 years in different capacities. Serving Bioforum’s clients locally and globally, Shir oversees cross-organizational operations that create shared value for the business units of Bioforum's data focused CRO, applied knowledge center, and clinical supply arm. She is responsible for the initiation and management of internal and external collaborations, as well as strategic government-academia-industry cooperation. Shir holds an international MBA with a focus on fourth sector development and a CSR from Ben Gurion University of the Negev. She is an avid advocate for sustainability issues and dedicates her time to leverage diversity within the pharma industry.

              Mor Meyerovich

              VP, Software Infrastructure

              Mor has been working in the clinical data arena for seven years. In previous years he was involved in the development and implementation of numerous initiatives in the areas of biostatistics, data warehousing, electronic communications, and visualizations through the aid of the latest technologies. These projects help make clinical data more accessible and enable a streamline of the clinical-regulatory process. Mor holds a M.Sc. in Microbiology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has a long time passion for integrating computerized systems and infrastructure within the health and clinical trials industry.

                Dafna Otiker

                VP, Biometrics Professional Services

                Dafna has been part of the Bioforum team for eight years. Since she first joined Bioforum, Dafna has been working in data management, clinical programming, and regulatory submissions in all clinical studies phases, encompassing numerous therapeutic areas. Dafna holds a B.Sc. from the Hebrew University and a MBA from the College of Management Academic Studies, Bio-MBA Program.

                  Nadia Nahmany

                  VP, Australia Operations

                  Nadia has over 7 years of experience in the clinical research field, working as a Research Assistant at the Carmel Medical Center, a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Bnai Zion Medical Center and conducted research on human subjects during her time in academia. Serving as a Project Manager at Bioforum, Nadia has been leading end-to-end project lifecycles in the Clinical Data Management arena. She is a registered nurse and holds an M.Sc. in Medical Science from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. As Bioforum’s VP of Australian Operations, Nadia is searching for opportunities to expand Bioforum’s outreach to Australian companies in need of data management and biostatistics services and serves as a channel to market for Israeli clients to conduct clinical trials in Australia.