Appointments at Icon, Quintiles, Catalent and CRF Health – People on the move

By Nick Taylor

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Outsourcing-Pharma presents its latest round up of movements in the pharma outsourcing sector, including appointments at Icon, Quintiles, Catalent and CRF Health.

Elizabeth Thomas​ has been named vice president (VP) and general manager of Icon​’s bioanalytical operations in Manchester, UK. Thomas joins from AstraZeneca and has also worked at Quintiles and Covance during a 30 year career in bioanalysis.

Quintiles ​has made three appointments to its European consulting team. Peter Lassoff​ joins as practice leader of the European Union (EU) pharmaceutical regulatory and quality practice. Lassoff has previously worked at Parexel, Stiefel Laboratories and Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Ines Weizenegger​, formerly of Executive Insight, has been hired as senior consultant for the EU commercial effectiveness practice. Finally, Olaf Zorzi​ joins the Quintiles consulting team from Deloitte.

Catalent Pharma Solutions​ has appointed Harry Jeffreys​ as VP, quality management systems and compliance. Jeffreys joins from the medical diagnostics division at GE Healthcare.

Mary Foster​ has been named VP of quality and regulatory affairs​at Aphena Pharma Solutions​. Foster has worked in the sector for 25 years, most recently at Catalent Pharma Solutions.

Irvine Pharmaceutical Services​ has recruited Dorla Mirejovsky​ as senior director of formulation development. Mirejovsky has 25 years of experience from working at Spectrum Pharmaceuticals, Allergan and more.

John Larson​ has been named chief operating officer at CRF Health​. Larson joins from Medtronic and has also worked at Philips Medical Systems and Agfa Healthcare.

Cegedim Relationship Management​ has hired Mark Caverly​ as senior DEA (US Drug Enforcement Administration) regulatory consultant. Caverly worked at the DEA for 31 years.

Paul Shawah​ has joined Veeva Systems​ as VP of multichannel strategy. Shawah has worked in life sciences for more than 15 years, most recently as VP of the SAP Life Sciences Business Unit.

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