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New CSO for Sanofi

Sanofi has appointed Dr David-Alexandre Gros as the pharmaceutical company's new chief strategy officer, effective September 1, 2011

Sanofi has appointed Dr David-Alexandre Gros as the pharmaceutical company's new chief strategy officer effective, September 1, 2011.

Based in Paris, France, Gros will oversee all Sanofi's business development and acquisition activities as well as strategic planning, economic evaluation of projects, strategic intelligence, and alliance management.

He will report to Sanofi's' CEO, Christopher A Viehbacher.

Commenting on the appointment, Viehbacher said: "David-Alexandre brings a wealth of experience as a physician, strategic consultant and investment banker. He will be able to contribute significantly to the development and implementation of Sanofi's strategy and transformation."

Gros' previous positions include acting as an advisor to healthcare companies as principal of the healthcare investment banking division at Centerview Partners, as well as holding senior positions at Merrill Lynch and McKinsey & Company.

He was also resident physician at the University of Pennsylvania Health System from 1999 to 2000.

30th August 2011

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