Dr Annette Mollet, PhD, dipl. Pharm. Med. SwAPP, MBA was elected Chair of the Young Professionals Working Group in June 2021. She has been Managing Director and Head of Education & Training of the European Center of Pharmaceutical Medicine at the University of Basel, Switzerland since 1997.
She received her Master in Pharmacy from the University of Basel, her PhD in Neurobiology from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and her MBA in International Health from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) in Basel.
Dr Mollet joined the pharmaceutical industry in 1994 where she worked in the clinical Research & Development department at F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. in Basel and later as a Medical and Product Manager responsible for oncology products at the Swiss affiliate of Roche.
She has been chairing the Federal Expert Committee for the Evaluation of Radioactive Drugs, a joint committee of the Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products (Swissmedic) and the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (BAG) since 2007, being a member since 1994. She was a founding member and Member of the Board of the Swiss Association of Pharmaceutical Professionals (SwAPP), being responsible for its commission for specialty training and Continuing Professional Education (CPD) until 2018.
From 2009-2014 she was involved in the PharmaTrain project, an Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) for training in Pharmaceutical Medicine, and she chairs the PharmaTrain Federation working group of course providers in Pharmaceutical Medicine.
In 2016 Dr Mollet was elected Board Member of the Association of Graduate Regulatory Educators (AGRE global) based in the USA. She is the co-author of the Dictionary of Pharmaceutical Medicine by Springer (fourth edition, 2017) and was a member of the working party on the “PharmaTrain Syllabus for Pharmaceutical Medicine” led by the Royal College of Physicians in London. Since April 2017 she has been part of the Committee of Continuing Education of the University of Basel. In July 2018 she was elected as an External Examiner to the Trinity College of the University of Dublin, Ireland, for the curriculum in Pharmaceutical Medicine.