Dr. Elizabeth Nabel, president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, earlier this year criticized efforts to control drug prices in an opinion piece published in multiple newspapers, but she did not disclose her role as a highly compensated member of the board at Cambridge biotech Moderna.

Nabel was identified at the bottom of the article as Brigham and Women’s president, a Harvard Medical School professor, and a cardiologist. Some publications also noted that her husband, Dr. Gary Nabel, is chief scientific officer for the French drug giant Sanofi.

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