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Baxter appoints two new board members

Uma Chowdhry and Thomas Chen join US healthcare company

Baxter International has added Uma Chowdhry and Thomas Chen to its board of directors, effective November, 2012.

Chowdry was most recently senior VP and chief science and technology officer at science and engineering firm DuPont, before retiring in 2010 after more than 30 years of service at the company.

Other positions she held during her time there include director, DuPont engineering technology and business planning and technology director, chemicals.

Chen most recently served as senior VP, international nutrition, at Abbott, before he too retired in 2010.

During his time at Abbott career, he served in a number of roles of increasing responsibility, primarily in Pacific/Asia/Africa where he oversaw expansion into a number of emerging markets.

''The appointments of Uma and Thomas deepen the strength of the Baxter board of directors and align with our history of scientific and product innovation, and our international presence as a company,'' said Robert Parkinson, Baxter's chair and CEO.

1st October 2012

From: Research

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