Domenick advises biopharmaceutical, diagnostic, medical device, VC and private equity clients on new product strategies, therapeutic area strategies (including L&D), growth strategies, franchise strategic marketing, and pricing and market access. He specializes in studies that leverage quantitative analysis, deep understanding of healthcare stakeholders, and sophisticated modeling, often involving primary research. He has supported commercialization of more than 50 drugs, diagnostics, and devices across 23 global markets and his clients have included most of the top global biopharmaceutical companies, prominent investment firms, and fast-growing device companies. Domenick’s projects have addressed many therapeutic areas, notably Hematology, Oncology, Immunology, Endocrinology, CV, CNS, Dermatology, GI, Pulmonology, and Women’s Health.
Domenick currently serves as Co-Chair of Putnam’s Partnership Committee, overseeing firm governance and strategy. He formerly served as Putnam’s Chief Marketing Officer. In the broader biotech community, he is a regular speaker and moderator at healthcare conferences, including World CDx, the World Advanced Therapies and Regenerative Medicine Congress, and the MIT Sloan Bio-Innovations Conference. Since 2014 he has been a guest lecturer for Harvard Medical School’s Healthcare Innovation and Commercialization course.
Prior to joining Putnam, Domenick was an Engagement Manager in McKinsey & Company’s New York office. Before McKinsey, he worked at BTAlex.Brown in investment banking, conducted operations research as part of MIT’s Lean Aerospace Initiative, and supported non-profits focused on economic development in a half dozen states. He earned his AB in Government from Harvard, and an MBA in New Product and Venture Development from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Outside of the office, Domenick has been actively engaged in MIT SOLVE and in helping to coordinate and sponsor events for the MIT Sloan Healthcare Club. He has also supported many Lexington community organizations, Habitat for Humanity, and the Dana Farber Cancer Center. He loves adventure travel, is an enthusiastic player of guitar, piano, and ultimate frisbee, and has done the NY Times Sunday Crossword almost every week for the last 25 years.