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Camargo names VP, global program management

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Cincinnati-based Camargo Pharmaceutical Services, a global strategist in the drug development industry specializing in the 505(b)(2) approval pathway, has appointed Jason Moore vice-president of global program management. Mr Moore will be responsible for enhancing Camargo's project management process from proposals through project completion, which will be key to helping Camargo create the capacity to meet increasing client demands. Before joining Camargo, Mr Moore was vice-president at PLx Pharma for seven years, where he led all regulatory affairs functions and product submissions for five active investigational new drugs and one approved new drug application. 

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