John McNally is an adjunct professor in the graduate health administration program at Saint Joseph’s University. John received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology from Saint Joseph’s University and a Masters of Science Degree in Health Administration from Saint Joseph’s University.
John has extensive professional experience in the pharmaceutical industry. He worked for Merck pharmaceuticals for seven and a half years in Viral Vaccine manufacturing and held positions of increasing responsibility. John’s first position with Merck was that of Bio technician in VAQTA manufacturing where he was directly involved in the manufacture of Hepatitis A vaccine. After VAQTA, John went on to work in Varicella Bulk Manufacturing as a Manufacturing Supervisor. In this role, he provided daily oversight for the manufacturing operations associated with the production of chicken pox vaccine.
John has also had experience in the field of graduate medical education, having worked as the program coordinator for the internal medicine residency program at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and as the Manager of Ambulatory Education for the internal medicine residency program at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. John currently works for Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, MD as the Ambulatory Services Manager for the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.