Founder and President
Global Liver Institute
Donna Cryer, JD, is Founder and President of the Global Liver Institute in Washington, D.C., which facilitates collaboration among patient advocates, policymakers, regulators, health systems, and payors to solve challenges to advancing liver health and treating liver diseases. Ms. Cryer is a liver-transplant recipient and lives with multiple serious chronic conditions. She serves on the boards of the Society for Participatory Medicine and the Personalized Medicine Coalition and is a member of the NIH Learning Health System Stakeholder Advisory Group. She has served on the HIT Privacy and Security Workgroup and is a member of the HIT Patient Generated Health Data Technical Advisory Panel. She obtained her A.B. from Harvard and her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.