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Chiltern Welcomes Drs. Dieter Seitz-Tutter And Alexandra Adams
Date:9/10/2012

LONDON, Sept. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Chiltern International Limited (Chiltern), a global contract research organization (CRO), announced that Drs. Dieter Seitz-Tutter and Alexandra Adams have joined Chiltern, bringing their extensive expertise in clinical research to serve our clients' needs and to strengthen our Global Clinical Development service.

"It gives me great pleasure to announce that Dieter Seitz-Tutter, Ph.D. has been appointed to the new role of Vice President, Global Clinical Development, Europe," stated Aize Smink, Sr. Executive VP, Global Clinical Development, Chiltern. "Dr. Seitz-Tutter will lead Chiltern's Global Clinical Development business across Europe, comprising Clinical Operations and Project Management which is experiencing strong growth thanks to deeper client relations and demand for our quality services."

Recently joining Chiltern is Alexandra Adams, Ph.D. as Director, Late Phase, Europe. "Dr. Adams will lead the Global Late Phase Group in Europe which is focused on implementing tailored solutions for late phase studies and registries in a cost effective way on behalf of our client base," commented Steve Albrecht, Global Head, Late Phase, Chiltern.

Dr. Seitz-Tutter has more than 22 years experience in the clinical research field which he gained from various senior roles in both Pharma and CROs, most recently serving as Vice President Europe with a global corporation. Dr. Seitz-Tutter holds a Master's degree and a doctorate in Biology from the University of Munich, Germany, and is also based out of Munich.

Dr. Adams brings 25 years experience from a varied background in both Pharma and CRO positions. Her experience includes developing new procedures and strategies for the implementation of non-interventional studies. Dr. Adams received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry / Pharmacology from the Cardiothoracic Institute at the University of London. She is a long-standing member of the Institute of Clinical Rese
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