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MDG Boston has one employee, various contractors and many volunteers. This page lists people working in Operations to support the MDG events and website. 


Bill Munger, PhD, Director of MDG Boston Operations and Administration

As MDG’s only employee, albeit part-time, Bill oversees MDG Operations, which includes, coordination with Program Central, logistic management for MDG events, website maintenance, email marketing, participation on the Marketing Committee, and so on. After working with Dick O’Brien and later Hank Allard at Program Central, he was asked to run for the MDG Board of Directors and was elected twice. In 2013, he was asked to step down from the board and oversee the re-structuring and ongoing running of Operations, which included migration to a new website, hiring specialty contractors and generally upgrading behind-the-scenes processes and procedures.

His professional career covers more than 20 years in biotechnology leading teams in diverse disease areas for target discovery, genomics, drug development and IND preparation. He has extensive experience managing partnered drug discovery and development programs with US and foreign pharmaceutical companies. He is skilled in guiding teams to complete complex projects in a timely manner, bringing to bear strong problem-solving abilities, particularly under difficult, time-sensitive conditions.

His PhD is in immunology/inflammation, the body’s primary defense against infection and illness, whose imbalance can cause or contribute to a wide range of diseases (e.g., neurologic, cardiovascular, cancer, skin, musculoskeletal, etc.). His training and laboratory bench experience have encompassed biochemistry, molecular biology, cellular biology and animal models of disease. This broad background has proved invaluable for successfully managing target discovery and drug development programs involving small molecules, proteins, and gene therapy.

He continues to consult occasionally in biotechnology, where his interests include technology assessment/due diligence, advancement of candidates, identification of unmet medical needs, selection of specific disease indications, assessment of market potential, and effective resolution of difficult technical roadblocks. 



Bill Denison, President, Denison Design Group   [website here]

Bill's assists clients in brand development and marketing with emphasis in visual communications. He designs MDG Boston's event flyers and handout, brochures, and business cards. He also manages the content of the MDG website and the weekly email blasts. As a professional photographer, he photographs most of MDG's events and also produces short promotional videos.

With over 25 years’ experience in the world of B2B marketing and creative communication services; Bill brings real world experience in a variety of industries to his strategic marketing skills. His background of technology fields including science and engineering, combined with non-technical fields help him to not only understand what his clients are selling, but understand what solutions their customers are looking for to solve their challenges. B2B marketing is communications – a dialog between businesses.

A skilled and award winning commercial photographer; Bill combines creativity with his B2B marketing experience to bring effective communication solutions to our clients. As the creative director, Bill manages the projects from start to finish making sure that all of the key players and creatives on the team are working together to create the best possible solution to develop effective marketing communication tools.


Richard Evans, Partner in The Context Group  [website here]

Richard's consulting practice has focused on using enhanced data management as an operational differentiator. In recent years, this approach has encompassed the use of "big data" predictive analytic modeling techniques in a variety of settings that have included the use of medical history data to identify at risk populations. He is particularly interested in the potential for real time scoring of large data streams as might apply to highlighting anomalous events in data arriving from wearable devices.


If you have data management projects that could use his expertise and knowledge, he can be contacted at:






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