William Cacheris, Ph.D., M.B.A.
William P. Cacheris has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries of which over 20 years has been focused on consulting and business analytics. As the founder and president of Tessellon, Bill has extensive knowledge of epidemiology and forecasting across many therapeutic areas. In particular, he is a master of global oncology epidemiology data sources and various disease registries. Using this vast knowledge and experience, Bill uses his forecasting and modeling skills to develop robust and meaningful market assessments that are essential in business planning for pharmaceutical companies ranging from epidemiology, patient segmentation, disease treatment patterns, market analysis and trends, future market dynamics, and forecasted products sales.
Bill’s academic qualifications include a Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from Florida State University and his M.B.A. from University of Missouri, St. Louis. His background in metal chelates led him to the world of magnetic resonance contrast agents and blood substitute industries which he served for over 7 years. His knowledge of science and business led him to the consulting firm of the Mattson Jack Group as Vice President, S&T and Strategic Products, where he lead the global product offerings for forecasting, epidemiology, and oncology for over 10 years. During his tenure at the Mattson Jack Group, Bill not only gained valuable skills in forecasting and product databases, but also extensive global business experience extending to Europe, China, and Japan, which has enabled Bill to establish key partnerships for Tessellon in these geographies.