Primarily focused on transitioning human drugs to meet the needs of veterinary medicine, Dr. Lachaud's work has resulted in significant companion animal health product approvals in Europe and the U.S. in a number of innovative therapeutic areas, including reproduction, atopic dermatitis, chronic heart failure, wound healing, chronic kidney disease, pain, obesity, oncology, cognitive dysfunction and anxiety-related disorders.
As Head of Business and Product Development Europe, her responsibilities include coordinating the European Regulatory process for Aratana's products and running the company's in-licensing and out-licensing activities in Europe.
She received her veterinary degree from Alfort National Veterinary School in Paris and her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Paris, France.
Laura Simon Treml , VMD, Ph.D.
Prior to her appointment at Aratana, Dr. Treml led clinical development programs for dogs and cats and managed the Companion Animal Efficacy group at Bayer Animal Health. Earlier in her career, she practiced small animal medicine and surgery on the East Coast for nine years.
As Director of Drug Development at Aratana, Dr. Treml's responsibilities include designing and managing several of the company's drug development programs and scientifically evaluating potential new in-licensing drug candidates.
Dr. Treml received both her veterinary degree and her Ph.D. in Immunology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Glenda L. Armintrout
Prior to jo
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