Who’s Hired? BIO’s Duncan Joins AAM
As Coherus Names New Chair Of Scientific Advisory Board
The Association for Accessible Medicines has appointed former Biotechnology Innovation Organization representative Joanne Duncan as its new chief operating officer. Meanwhile, Coherus has names the new chair of its scientific advisory board, while women’s health specialist Theramex has added to its board of directors.
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