Supplemental Filings: Pink Sheet Notebook On Disease Lobbying, Dan Leonard’s Next Act, And More
Quick takes on Ultragenyx’s CEO lobbing the US FDA for rare disease policy changes, the agency naming a new deputy assistant commissioner for media affairs, the former CEO of AAM starting a consulting firm, and more.
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The IGBA has named the AAM’s David Gaugh as its chair for the remained of 2023, following the recent departure of Jonathan Kimball. At the same time, the international generics and biosimilars association has added two recently-appointed off-patent industry CEOs to its advisory committee, representing Apotex And Viatris.