In 2005, Kilian founded Mederi AG, a Frankfurt-based network intelligence provider. In just six years, he helped build the company into a leading source of analytic solutions used by eight of the top 10 pharma companies worldwide. In 2012, he sold Mederi AG to BelHealth investment partners, a New York based private equity group. The company merged with Skila – a provider of launch and kol management solutions – and Kilian moved to the United States to take the helm. In 2013, the company merged with Qforma, the leading provider of advanced analytics around local HCP influence networks – creating a complete view on global, national and local healthcare networks. The company was renamed to Qforma.
Kilian has graduated from Goethe University and published several articles and co-authored a book about stochastic optimization. He currently lives in New York City with his wife and enjoys sailing.
Expertise: Entrepreneurialism, strategy, management, social network analysis, real world data, big data, semantic mining, crowd sourcing, stochastic optimization, regulatory affairs, market access, HCP targeting, kol management, social analytics.