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LEO Pharma appoints J&J's Michael Hinchy

He takes up the role of dermatology director for the UK and Ireland

LEO Pharma Michael HinchyLEO Pharma has appointed Michael Hinchy as its new dermatology director with responsibility for its UK and Ireland business.

Hinchy joins from Johnson & Johnson, where he spent 16 years working primarily in the dermatology, haematology and infectious diseases, both internationally and in the UK.

He joined J&J's Janssen company in 2001 as a territory manager and subsequently held increasingly senior roles at the pharmaceutical company, most recently serving as its commercial leader for haematology.

Geraldine Murphy, managing director of LEO Pharma UK/Ireland, said: “I am delighted to welcome Michael to lead our dermatology team in the UK and Ireland.

“I am confident that his style of leadership and clear passion for dermatology, together with his extensive experience across several different therapy areas, will prove to be invaluable to our team.”

8th March 2016

From: Research

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