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Roche Women Honored as 2010 TWIN Awardees
Date:5/4/2010

tz, 17, and she cherishes spending time with them and husband Philip Leibowitz.

She is also deeply honored to be among the TWIN awardees and to be affiliated with "a premier pharmaceutical company that works to save lives every day with compassion and innovation. It is most rewarding to be part of a company wherein there is always a sense of pride in the work we are doing in the world for people's health."

Mary C. Graves, Ph.D., of Nutley, N.J., is global head Partnering Virology for the Roche Partnering organization. In these roles, she has made significant contributions to the strategy and direction of the R&D efforts in virology, has helped shape the company's virology portfolio by developing key collaborations with several external business partners and was instrumental in the integration of global business development efforts following the Genentech-Roche merger in 2009. Dr. Graves played important roles in the discovery or licensing of a dozen compounds that entered clinical trials; three are currently prescribed medicines.

"Mary's strong leadership and exceptional talent is recognized in R&D and business development inside and outside of Roche. She is a gifted scientist, an astute businesswoman and a caring, supportive mentor to countless people with whom she's worked,"  said Daniel  Zabrowski, Ph.D., head of Roche Partnering and member of the Roche Corporate Executive Committee.

Dr. Graves started at Roche in 1986 as a senior scientist and research investigator in the Molecular Genetics group, working her way up to director of Biotechnology before accepting an international assignment at Roche Welwyn in the UK, where she led a biology discovery group for five years. Upon her return to the U.S. in 2001, sh
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