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Icon appoints Dr Neil McCullough to senior compliance role

He joins the clinical research organisation from PPD

Icon Dr Neil McCulloughClinical research organisation (CRO) Icon has appointed Dr Neil McCullough as executive vice president of quality and compliance and corporate training.

Dr McCullough moved to the company from fellow CRO PPD, where he led the global quality and compliance division.

Prior to his time with PPD Dr McCullough spent nine years at Pfizer as a member of the Pfizer Global Medical Quality Assurance leadership team, and before that he served as a quality consultant to GlaxoSmithKline's division of manufacturing.

In total Dr McCullough brings to Icon over 22 years of experience leading global quality functions for pharmaceutical companies and CROs.  

Icon CEO Ciaran Murray said: “I would like to welcome Neil to ICON's executive leadership team. Delivering quality data and services to the standards required by clients and that are fully compliant with the evolving requirements of regulatory authorities underpins everything we do.  

“Neil's leadership and industry expertise will allow us to further enhance the quality and compliance solutions we offer to clients in support of their global drug development programmes.”  

In his new role Dr McCullough will provide strategic direction for quality management, quality assurance and corporate training across all Icon lines of business.

17th June 2013

From: Research

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