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MedImmune Fortifies Strategic Scientific Portfolio Management and International Leadership With New Executive Appointments
Date:5/6/2008

in clinical science from the Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff.

Dr. Lorin Roskos is responsible for managing and integrating preclinical and clinical PK/PD and bioanalytical groups at MedImmune sites in Maryland, California and England. Dr. Roskos became part of the MedImmune team in 2008 after a year at AstraZeneca as executive director of research and development. Prior to AstraZeneca, Dr. Roskos spent six years at Abgenix, Inc., as the head of PK and toxicology, and has prior experience in PK and drug metabolism at Amgen and Eli Lilly. He holds a doctorate in pharmaceutics from the University of Washington and a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and pharmacy from the University of Georgia.

Ms. Beth Wensley oversees the global project management team that provides strategic project management in driving forward the product development teams and the overall product development portfolio. Ms. Wensley joined MedImmune in 2001, and has previously served as senior director, California operations; director, supply chain operations; and associate director, project management. She earned extensive project management, operational, manufacturing and environmental, health & safety experience during her tenure with companies such as Incyte Genomics, Raychem Corporation and Syntex Pharmaceuticals. She holds a master's degree in business administration from Santa Clara University and a master's in environmental science from the University of Washington. She also has a bachelor's degree in biology from California Lutheran College and is APICS certified from the Association for Operations Management.

Based in the Netherlands as MedImmune's new vice president, international regulatory affairs, vaccines, Dr. Erik-Jan Dekker is leveraging his 17 years' experience in regulatory affairs to lead MedImmune's expansion overseas. In his previous position at Baxter Healthcare, he was the global senior director, regulatory affairs, biologics, responsible for worldwide
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