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Dirk Ehle promoted to head of animal health at Bayer

Replaces Sanofi-bound Dr Jean-Luc Lowinski

Dr Dirk Ehle has been named as Dr Jean-Luc Lowinski's replacement as head of animal health at Bayer Healthcare.

He will take over in the position on May 1, 2012, leaving his role as senior Bayer representative for Central Eastern Europe and head of Bayer HealthCare in Poland.

Bayer has been looking to replace Dr Lowinski since it was announced in March, 2012 that he would be joining Sanofi as senior vice president, Asia region.

As head of animal health Dr Ehle will be in charge of a division that had an annual turnover of €1.19bn in 2011 and manufactures and markets more than 100 different veterinary drugs and care products for livestock and pets.

It will be Dr Ehle's most senior position during 11 years at Bayer, a company he joined as an attorney before later taking roles in its corporate centre and public affairs division.

Prior to joining Bayer, Dr Ehle studied law at universities in Freiburg (Germany), Aix-en-Provence (France), Würzburg (Germany) and New York (US).

30th April 2012

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