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

vaccine and biosurgery marketing authorization applications. Prior to joining Baxter Healthcare, Dr. Dekker was the director of regulatory affairs globally at Laboratoire Francais du Fractionnement et des Biotechnologies in France. Earlier in his career, Dr. Dekker held teaching positions at the University of Utrecht and Alkwin College. From the University of Utrecht, Dr. Dekker holds a doctorate in biochemistry and molecular developmental biology and genetics, a master's degree in biology and international patent law and a bachelor's degree in biology and geography.

As MedImmune's new vice president, global strategic marketing and portfolio management, Dr. Reginald Seeto is responsible for providing strategic guidance on investment decisions and managing commercialization efforts for new products in various stages of development. In his previous position at Organon International, he was the vice president of global marketing, fertility, immunology, oncology and vaccines. Previously, Dr. Seeto was the executive director of marketing at Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals and had served as an engagement manager at McKinsey & Company. He holds both a medical degree and a bachelor of science degree from the University of Sydney, and practiced medicine in Australia early in his career.

About MedImmune

MedImmune strives to provide better medicines to patients, new medical options for physicians and rewarding careers to employees. Dedicated to advancing science and medicine to help people live better lives, the company is focused on infection, oncology, respiratory disease and inflammation, cardiovascular/gastrointestinal disease and neuroscience. With approximately 3,000 employees worldwide and headquarters in Maryland, MedImmune is wholly owned by AstraZeneca plc (LSE: AZN.L, NYSE: AZN). For more information, visit MedImmune's website at http://www.medimmune.com.


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