A series of new appointments In-PharmaTechnologistcom provides a round-up – People on the move

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New Year, new job. Busy times for personnel in the pharmaceutical
technology sector, with a series of new appointments.
In-PharmaTechnologist.com provides a round-up.

Linda Harty​ has been appointed senior vice president and treasurer at Cardinal Health​, reporting to chief financial officer Michael Losh. She was formerly CFO of the RTM Restaurant group, and replaces Donna Brandin, who left Cardinal in July 2004.

UK-based separations company Whatman​ - fresh from a round of staffing cuts in the wake of its acquisition of Germany's Schleicher & Schuell - has named Thomas McNally​, an existing non-executive director of the company, as vice chairman. It has also appointed Dr Hinrich Kehler​ as a non-executive director.

Chemical catalyst company Chiral Quest​'s management team has been boosted by the addition of Dr Michael Cannarsa​ as vice president of business development, Dr Chunhua Yang​ as director of process development and manufacturing and Dr Bing Yu​ as director of global operations.

Jonathan Youles​ has taken the position of sales director of milling, mixing, vacuum conveying and lifting company Ytron-Quadro (UK) Ltd​. He was previously an area sales manager for Hosokawa Micron. Meanwhile, in a restructuring of top management positions, Paul Bradley​ has been appointed technical director of the company, while Alison Bridge​ continues in her role as financial director.

Dr Juergen Strube​, chairman of German chemicals giant BASF​, to be awarded the 2005 International Palladium medal by the Société de Chimie Industrielle-American Section, "in recognition of his many distinguished contributions to the chemical industry."​ He has worked at BASF since 1969.

Malgorzata Ciesiolka​ has joined the licensing department of Belgian pharmaceutical services company PSI​, which recently became part of Indian active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) supplier Jubilant Organosys

Melanie Welham​ has become the first female ever to be appointed professor of pharmacy at the University of Bath​ in the UK. Prof Welham's research interests are in the signalling processes that control the growth and developmental of stem cells for use in future treatments for a range of diseases, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, and spinal cord injuries.

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