Rob Schrepfer currently serves as Senior Vice President of Business Development and Specialty Sales at ANI Pharmaceuticals, where he is responsible for managing new product development, acquisitions, in-licensing, contract manufacturing and the specialty sales team. Prior to joining the executive management team at ANI, Rob was a director at the company for four years, where he served as Chair of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee while also serving on the Audit and Compensation Committees. Prior to ANI, Rob served as Assistant Portfolio Manager at Healthcare Value Capital, LLC, a private investment firm where he oversaw public and private investments in pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and health care services from 2005–2013.
In 2011, Rob cofounded National Healthcare Analysis Group, LLC, which provides health care fraud consulting and due diligence as well as analytics and forensic services to businesses, professionals, and investment firms. NHAG was acquired by a private equity investor group in 2015. Previously he was an equity research analyst at Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. covering the major, specialty, and generic pharmaceutical industries, and he also spent five years as Clinical Director and Director of Outcomes and Research at the Centers for Aquatic Rehabilitation.
Rob has frequently advised start-up companies in health care, focusing his efforts on capital raising/funding, strategy, and finance. A frequent health care finance and venture capital panelist, he has authored numerous medical articles, including three peer-reviewed research papers and a chapter in a leading therapeutic exercise text. He has served as a founding member of Fuqua's Health Care Alumni Advisory Board, adjunct professor at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), and guest lecturer at the Duke University School of Medicine and The Fuqua School of Business. Rob received an MBA in Finance and Health Sector Management from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and an MS in Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis.
Rob and his wife, Coleen, a pediatric psychiatrist, live outside Baltimore, Maryland with their three children.