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Emerging Pharma Leaders 2011

Pharm Exec is looking for the fresh faces of pharma leadership. And we’d like your input! Tell us who you think should receive Pharmaceutical Executive’s 2011 Emerging Pharma Leadership Award.

As the pharma industry faces a turbulent road ahead—the patent cliff, rising world players, US healthcare reform, etc.—the previous ways of doing business just won’t cut it. So who are the new leaders steering the industry through the coming challenges? Which executives are revamping the industry through pure innovation to boost pharma to new heights in the 21st century?
These emerging leaders are vital to the future of the industry, and you can help ensure they get the recognition they deserve.
Fill out your nomination today. Log on to:
www.pharmexec.com/leadership
Criteria:
Pharm Exec will only select winners who are currently employed by a life sciences company engaged in the research, development, and marketing of biotech and pharmaceutical products. Nominees must be 45 years old or younger as of Jan. 1, 2011, and must have a proven track record of success and progression within an organization.
Deadline for submissions is April 8, 2011

Who are the new leaders steering the industry through the coming challenges? Which executives are revamping the industry through pure innovation to boost pharma to new heights in the 21st century?

These emerging leaders are vital to the future of the industry, and you can help ensure they get the recognition they deserve.

To nominate a candidate, click here.

Criteria
Pharm Exec will only select winners who are currently employed by a life sciences company engaged in the research, development, and marketing of biotech and pharmaceutical products. Nominees must be 45 years old or younger as of Jan. 1, 2011, and must have a proven track record of success and progression within an organization.

Deadline for submissions is April 8, 2011

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