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Mike Burgess named head of oncology discovery translational area at Roche

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Roche has named Dr Mike Burgess head of the oncology discovery and translational area (DTA). The oncology DTA, which is one of five disease-focused organisations at Roche, is part of the pharma research and early development (pRED) organisation, which oversees research, and early- to late-stage development in oncology. Dr Burgess was most recently head of academic alliances (part of pRED Development). He joined Roche from Lilly in 2006 as clinical research and licensing liaison, oncology, for Roche Products. In May 2008, he became the European Head of Roche’s clinical research early development unit in its oncology franchise.

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