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Ipsen appoints Aidan Murphy as EVP, technical operations

He is promoted from senior VP biologics development and manufacturing

Aidan MurphyIpsen has added to its executive leadership team in the form of Aidan Murphy, who becomes the biopharma’s executive vice president, technical operations.

Murphy, who has more than 25 years of industry experience, joined Ipsen in 2007 and has held a number of manufacturing leadership roles at he firm, with his most recent role being senior vice president biologics development and manufacturing.

David Meek, chief executive officer at Ipsen, said: “Murphy brings outstanding manufacturing leadership experience and an international perspective, having worked across multiple geographies both prior to and during his career with Ipsen.

“He has played an instrumental role in the transformation of Ipsen Technical Operations in recent years, and the continuity of leadership he brings will be critical as we continue our development as a leading global biopharma company.”

Dr Murphy succeeds Jonathan Barnsley as EVP technical operations following Barnsley’s retirement at the end of 2017.

11th January 2018

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