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Hospira Names Zena G. Kaufman Senior Vice President of Quality; Strengthens Quality and Compliance Capabilities With Addition of Top Industry Talent
Date:2/14/2012

operations manufacturing strategy of a global multi-site vaccines division as well as its contract manufacturing business. Mr. Knudten, who brings more than 20 years of experience, has also held roles of increasing responsibility with Amgen, Inc. and CoDa Therapeutics, Inc.
  • Thomas Templeman, Ph.D. – vice president, Pharma Operations Excellence
    • Dr. Templeman recently joined Hospira in the newly created position of vice president, Pharma Operations Excellence. This role was created to ensure that process change is systemic across the company's U.S. plants. Dr. Templeman, with 22 years of pharmaceutical experience, most recently worked as senior vice president, Integrated Supply Chain, at Liquidia Technologies, where he focused on developing and refining proposed products concurrently with the manufacturing process, along with establishing Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) manufacturing and quality systems to support clinical trials. He previously held leadership roles at Johnson & Johnson, where he worked for 13 years and assisted in two remediation efforts.
  • "In their previous roles, our new team members have successfully delivered the highest standards of quality and regulatory compliance," said Mr. Ball. "These seasoned industry veterans will work with Hospira's current leadership to remediate the Rocky Mount facility and extend improvements there across all Hospira sites. I'm confident that their extensive backgrounds in operations and quality, expert knowledge of FDA regulations and strong leadership abilities will help take Hospira to the next level of operational excellence."

    About Hospira
    Hospira, Inc. is the world's leading provider of injectable drugs and infusion technologies. Through its broad, integrated portfolio, Hospira is uniquely positioned to Advance Wellness™ by improving patient and caregiver safety while reduci
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