About Steven Shie

StevenS_webWorking at a global health care communication consultancy as a digital media strategist, Steven helps clients in the pharmaceutical industry to develop digital marketing strategies and programs, such as mobile applications that help patients manage their conditions or promote early diagnosis; social media programs that analyze insights from patients and physicians to create future solutions; web-portals that raise disease awareness and reduce stigmatization; online tools that improve patient-physician communication; and digital channels that facilitate patient engagement in clinical studies.

In the last few years, Steven has been involved in several high-profile FDA approvals and product launches in oncology, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, motor neuron disorders and autoimmune disease.

Prior to his current position, Steven worked at Johnson & Johnson’s Corporate Communication team, responsible for establishing and executing online communication objectives, strategies, budgets and implementations for the company’s social media platforms.

Steven has a BA in Journalism from Peking University and a Master’s degree in Communication and Information Studies from Rutgers University. He is currently a candidate for MPH  in Healthcare Management at Columbia University.

To contact Steven, please email him at thoughtsfrombroadstreet@gmail.com

2 Comments on “About Steven Shie”

  1. Amy Fries June 6, 2013 at 3:27 pm #

    In case you missed this, one of our bloggers on ASCOconnection.org, Dr. Mike Thompson—including links to your tweet on #ASCO13 in the comments section of his post, “Social Media Is a Form of Media” on ASCOconnection.org. Thanks.

    • stevenshie June 6, 2013 at 3:35 pm #

      Much appreciate your update, Amy! I’m happy and honored to see Dr. Thompson included the link to my article. I exchanged tweets with Dr. Thompson during this year’s ASCO. It was so great to see that many meeting attendees so active on Twitter. And thank you and your coworkers at ASCO to support the online conversation! It was such an exciting meeting. Keep in touch & good luck with future social media projects!

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