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Lilly names Plowman as oncology research chief

Eli Lilly has selected Greg Plowman, formerly senior director at Roche Group's Genentech, to lead its oncology research efforts

Eli Lilly and Company has appointed Greg Plowman as the vice president, oncology research and senior vice president of ImClone Systems research.

Plowman will oversee the oncology research efforts of Lilly and its subsidiary, ImClone. Plowman will be based at ImClone's Alexandria Center for Life Science in New York City, US.

Plowman served as a senior director in research for six years at Genentech, a member of the Roche Group. He has 25 years of experience in cancer research including leadership roles at Oncogene, Sugen, Exelixis and Genentech, which became part of Bristol-Myers Squibb, Pharmacia and Roche.

Lilly acquired ImClone in 2008, broadening its portfolio and strengthening its oncology pipeline and biotech capabilities. The company has one of the largest clinical-stage pipelines of potential cancer medicines in the industry with more than 30 molecules.

 

10th March 2011

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