Novartis Japan VP Ninomiya Becomes New President April 1
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Novartis Japan Managing Director and Head of Human Resources and Communication Hiroko Ishikawa has been named the new president of Novartis Holdings Japan, while Vice President and Pharmaceutical Department Head Yoshiyasu Ninomiya will take over her former position April 1.
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