Vincent VARLET earned his medical degree in Paris. He received also his MBA degree from P&M Curie Paris University in 1992 and a Global Certification at INSEAD in 2015 (Transition to General Management)
After spending several years in Servier in different positions (R&D, commercial, marketing), he joined another pharmaceutical company (Ipsen) to lead a Business Franchise of a large range of products.
During the same period Dr Varlet Founded the department of New technologies and Communication.
In parallel, he maintained his medical activities in Emergency Room and ambulance during 12 years.
In 2001, Vincent Varlet joined the executive committee of Wyeth Pharmaceuticals as e-Business director, in charge of creating a new department dedicated to e-Strategies, integrated in business operations and communication.
In 2008 Dr Varlet becoming the Communication Director in addition of his previous responsibilities, in a special commitment to prepare the merger with Pfizer.
In 2010 and for 5 years, Vincent joined the French Novartis executive committee (Pharma, Sandoz, Vaccines, OTC, Onco, Animal Health) as the Executive Director for Marketing Services & Communication, driving the synergy, the Customer Demand management and the deliverables of several departments dedicated to the Business objectives: Communication, Advertising, Promotional material & logistics, Digital operations, Training, transversal customers, Congresses & Events, Professional relationships, Reps BackOffice and all outsourced suppliers, Shared tools for an ongoing reassessment of business models, including governance, productivity, customer differentiation, visibility and optimization.
In the same year he decided to revamp the Digital Healthcare think-tank « LeLabEsanté » as the president, including patient groups, HCP, pharma industries, Institutionals, start-ups, IOT and developpers .
Dr Varlet is was focused on business transformation for healthcare companies as an executive consultant, looking for a new challenging opportunity.
At the end of 2019, Vincent joined the Institute of Myologie as Secretary General