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Leadership changes at PhRMA

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The US innovator trade group PhRMAhas announced a number of leadership changes. Executive vice-president and chief operating officer Chris Singer has been named president of the international section. Diane Bieri, formerly senior vice-president, has been promoted to executive vice-president and remains general counsel. Chris Badgley will assume expanded duties as senior vice-president for government and public affairs; he previously was vice-president of state government affairs. International affairs vice-president Brian Toohey has been promoted to senior vice-president, and Jeff May has been named vice-president of international affairs. Federal affairs senior vice-president Alan Gilbert is leaving PhRMA in January to start his own consulting firm. He will be replaced by Bryant Hall, currently vice-president of federal affairs.

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