Med-IQ is excited to announce the latest addition to our dynamic grant development team—Heather Ambrose DiVerde, in the role of Vice President, Clinical and Patient Education Strategy.

Heather’s impressive background showcases a rare blend of master’s degree–level training in both business and biology, with an MBA from the University of Illinois and an MS in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University. Her journey in the healthcare sector, including notable stints at Komodo Health, BTG Specialty Pharmaceuticals, and Nycomed U.S. Inc., has honed her skills in executing innovative medical affairs and medical education strategies.

Heather’s medical affairs expertise and scientific background make her an invaluable asset to our team. We are confident that her strategic insights and collaborative nature will be a huge benefit to the mission-driven work that we do here at Med-IQ,” says Allison Gardner, Senior Vice President of Educational Strategy & Content.

Heather’s skillset goes beyond the norm—she possesses a unique ability to analyze and interpret data, provide therapeutic insights, and act as a bridge between key opinion leaders and researchers, all united by the common goal of enhancing patient lives.

Heather is enthusiastic about her new role, sharing, “I am honored to join Med-IQ, a company synonymous with excellence in healthcare education. I am eager to leverage my skills and experiences to contribute meaningfully to the impactful work of the grant development team.”

Heather officially commenced her journey with us on January 22nd and is wasting no time immersing herself in her new role. She’s all set to participate in next week’s Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions meeting in New Orleans, where she plans to network and contribute to the vibrant healthcare education community.

Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Heather as she embarks on this exciting chapter with Med-IQ. We are confident that her passion and expertise will propel our grant development efforts to new heights.

Please feel free to reach out to Heather at