Dr. Shaden Marzouk is the chair of the company’s enterprise Clinical Council and coordinates clinical and medical operations across Cardinal Health. The clinical organization at Cardinal Health has over 2,000 employees and spans Europe, North America, and Asia. The activities range from clinical trials, health economics and outcomes research, reimbursement, clinical education, field clinical operations, pharmacy support, and nuclear pharmacy services.
Shaden initially joined Cardinal Health in 2012 and helped grow the Cardinal Health Brand offering of products and services through aggressive launches and key acquisitions. She played a critical role in the Cordis acquisition and subsequent strategy development, including helping formulate its China strategy while living and working in China.
Shaden has over two decades of experience in healthcare, with expertise in device, services, financial, and provider spaces. Prior to Cardinal Health, Shaden was Chief of Neurosurgery, leading a U.S. Army neurosurgical trauma team in Iraq and overseeing the Neurosurgery Division at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas. Shaden transitioned out of surgical practice after receiving her MBA at The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, where she concentrated on finance and health sector management. After her MBA, she was an associate in the healthcare practice of Goldman Sachs in New York.
Dr. Marzouk received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Washington University and graduated from the St. Louis University School of Medicine. She completed a neurosurgery residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and a fellowship in spinal deformity surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. In her spare time, Shaden likes to explore New York City and pursue the perfect coffee.