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Kendle Appoints J. Michael Sprafka, MPH, PhD, Vice President, Kendle Consulting
Date:11/2/2009

CINCINNATI, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Kendle (Nasdaq: KNDL), a leading, global full-service clinical research organization, today announced the appointment of J. Michael Sprafka, MPH, PhD, as Vice President, Kendle Consulting. Dr. Sprafka will provide leadership for and drive the development of integrated product development consulting services to help biopharmaceutical companies accelerate time to market and maximize the long-term commercial value of their products. His focus will be on delivery of best-in-class consulting services for customers in the areas of regulatory affairs and submissions, risk management, epidemiology, pharmacovigilance, signal detection and safety evaluations, among others. Dr. Sprafka has held senior leadership roles in the pharmaceutical and government sectors as well as academia and brings the executive level leadership and analytical expertise needed to meet increasing customer demands and heightened global regulatory requirements. He will be based out of Kendle's global headquarters in Cincinnati and will report to Melanie Bruno, PhD, MBA, Vice President, Regulatory, Site and Medical Affairs.

"I am delighted to welcome Michael to the Kendle team," said Dr. Bruno. "His extensive and diverse experience will significantly enhance our ability to deliver best-in-class regulatory consulting services and risk management capabilities to our customers across Phase I through IV clinical development and beyond. As our customers' products move through the product life cycle, Kendle's Consulting team can assist in conducting sophisticated analyses from ongoing data sources to gain a greater understanding of side effects and adverse events and best reflect the products' safety for the patient."

The addition of Dr. Sprafka strengthens Kendle Consulting, a growing area of the Company dedicated to worki
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