Christine MacCracken

Christine MacCracken, MSHEd, BSN, is director, Patient Strategies & Solutions in the Global Medical Organization, Office of the Chief Medical Officer, at Janssen Pharmaceuticals. In this role, she is responsible for developing and implementing patient-centered programs to support and elevate critical needs of people around the world. She is a passionate advocate for patients and operates by the tenet that “every patient is a person first” In her current role, Christine is focused on identifying and co-creating ethics based solutions related to expanded access and other critical patient needs.


  • What Pharma Can Learn From A Parent Turned Patient Advocate

    I am humbled and honored to introduce you to Andrew McFadyen — founder of the Isaac Foundation. Andrew is a husband, a father, and an advocate who tirelessly works to advance actionable dialogue around access, care, and policy for patients with rare diseases. Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with Andrew about the unique challenges that patients and their families face when dealing with serious illness and how we may better serve their needs.