Asia On The Move: Xian Janssen China President Thad Huston Leaves
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The change of seasons coincides with a flurry of key personnel moves in the Asian pharmaceutical scene. Xian Janssen China President Thad Huston moves up, Simcere vice president Jie Liu D’Elia joins BMS. Personnel changes also took place in Takeda, Lupin, inVentive Health and the Japan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association.
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