Merck & Co.'s Barr To Lead Clinical Development After Baynes Departs For Eikon
Longtime R&D leader Roy Baynes is leaving Merck to become chief medical officer at the biotech start-up helmed by Merck's former R&D chief Roger Perlmutter.
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