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Optimer Pharmaceuticals Appoints Gregory Papaz to New Position of Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations
Date:12/20/2010

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Optimer Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: OPTR) today announced that Gregory Papaz has joined Optimer as Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations.  Mr. Papaz will lead the preparations for the planned commercialization of fidaxomicin.  He brings with him more than thirty years of experience in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry managing pharmaceutical sales teams.

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"Greg comes to Optimer with best-in-class business experience in the hospital and specialty market segments combined with a proven record of recent successful new product introductions," said Pedro Lichtinger, Optimer's President and CEO. "Greg will build and lead our commercial organization in the United States and is ideally suited to lead a successful hospital launch for fidaxomicin."

Prior to joining Optimer, Mr. Papaz held the position of Rheumatology Sales Director, Commercial Marketing at Genentech where he was responsible for planning and launching Actemra®, a drug for rheumatoid arthritis. In this role, Mr. Papaz staffed a 130-person sales team which sold directly into hospitals, with direct contact to hospital pharmacies, physician leaders and hospital management. Prior to Genentech, he worked for Roche Pharma as the Anemia National Sales Director. Prior to Roche Pharma, Mr. Papaz was the Vice President, Cardiovascular Hospital Sales at Sanofi-Aventis.  While in this position, Greg merged and restructured the Sanofi hospital team with the Aventis Advanced Therapeutics team.  This resulted in the creation of the largest specialized sales force at Sanofi, as well as the largest hospital sales force in the U.S. pharma industry.  Consequently, Greg was involved in overs
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