Nanobiotix Appoints Thierry Otin as Head of Manufacturing and Supply
News Apr 17, 2014
Nanobiotix has announced the appointment of Thierry Otin as Head of Manufacturing and Supply. The appointment strengthens the Nanobiotix organization, Mr Otin will be responsible for the manufacturing plans to move the lead product, NBTXR3, from clinical trials into full commercialization as from 2016.
Prior to joining Nanobiotix, Mr Otin was the Quality Site Manager (EU Sterile) at Roche and before then, he worked at LFB Biotechnologies as the Head Pharmacist (Pharmaceutical Qualified Person) and Quality Director.
Prior to this, he worked in QA/GMP and manufacturing with world class companies including, Schering CISBiointernational, Institut de Formation des Industries de Santé (IFIS), UCB, Delagrange and Rhône-Poulenc (Roger Bellon and Specia). He has a degree in biology and has a doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Strasbourg.
Laurent Levy, CEO of Nanobiotix said: “Thierry Otin joins us having had over 30 years’ experience in the global pharmaceutical industry which includes 12+ years’ experience of injectable drug production management and 11+ years in QA senior compliance management. This wealth of expertise will be invaluable to us as we move our lead product to commercialization. We welcome him to the team.”
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