Julie Gerberding, president of Merck's vaccines unit, will be moving on come mid-December for a new role as executive vice president for strategic communications, global public policy and population health, the company announced Wednesday.
BioClinica has named John Hubbard as its new CEO. Hubbard joins the company from Pfizer, where he worked as senior vice president and worldwide head of development operations.
Sanofi Chairman Serge Weinberg, who must replace Chris Viehbacher after ousting the outspoken CEO, has publicly expressed his own exasperation with France, saying its high taxes have made it hard to attract talent.
Weakening sales in Sanofi's U.S. diabetes franchise are not only hammering its top line, they're roughing up its executives ranks. Shortly after former CEO Chris Viehbacher got canned, in part, for an unexpected announcement about how diabetes drug sales would be soft next year, a vice president of sales in the U.S. left Sanofi.
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Teva, whose board composition has stirred up some recent shareholder activism, has picked its next chairman. And investors pushing for more experienced leadership may be pleased with his resume.
Just a few months after Ron Renaud completed the sale of Idenix to Merck for $3.85 billion, the biotech CEO's vacation is officially over. Instead, he's opening a new chapter in his career--taking the helm at the upstart RaNA in Cambridge, MA, and switching focus from hepatitis C to long noncoding RNA.
When Takeda Pharmaceutical faced the patent-cliff blues, it brought in Christophe Weber as president and COO to engineer a revamp. And true to his mission, Weber unveiled a new org chart in September, along with a fresh set of top managers.
Novo Nordisk says it has reorganized its executive team, with EVP Lise Kingo making an exit and her duties divvied up among the company's remaining top execs.
You breach your company's code of conduct, you're out of the CEO's chair--at least, if you're Lundbeck CEO Ulf Wiinberg. The Danish drugmaker's chief is packing his bags after failing to follow procedures on stock ownership.