Murali Gopal, MD, FAPA
Chief Medical Officer
Murali brings twenty years of extensive experience in clinical practice; medical affairs; access and reimbursement; medical education; and health economics and outcomes research. Murali joined Indivior from Mallinckrodt LLC where he was the Vice President and Head of the Global Medical Department. Prior to joining Mallinckrodt, Murali held positions of increasing scope at AbbVie Inc., including serving as a Vice President in Medical Affairs and as a Vice President in Global Health Economics and Outcomes Research. He also held positions at Eli Lilly and Company, and functioned as the Chief Medical Officer for DWA Healthcare in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Murali’s clinical experience encapsulates caring for patients in a multitude of settings including: as the Medical Director for the Department of Psychiatry at the Meadville Medical Center and Hospital, the Medical Director at Bethesda Children’s Home, a Medical Director for Adult Inpatient Services at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, and the Medical Director of Counseling Services at Cornerstone Care. Through these facilities Murali has taken care of patients from the childhood to the geriatric age range, and across a multitude of psychiatric conditions including, but not limited to, substance abuse / dependency, mood and anxiety conditions and psychotic conditions.
In addition to his career and educational experiences, Murali has also held elected positions in the American Psychiatric Association including serving on several boards and committees. He has also served on Pharmacy & Therapeutics committees for different institutions and functioned as a Key Opinion Leader and advisor to a multitude of pharmaceutical companies while he was in practice. Murali has led large pharmaceutical assets not only in the psychiatric therapeutic area but also some of the largest assets in other therapeutic areas around the world.
Murali has his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University and his Doctor of Medicine from Ross University School of Medicine. He completed his Psychiatry Residency Training at the University of South Dakota School of Medicine in Sioux Falls, SD.