MDS Pharma has appointed Nils Hoem as director of pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics in Europe, the company said last week.

Hoem will be responsible for managing a team of approximately 15 scientists located in MDS’ European clinical pharmacology units. Prior to joining MDS, Hoem ran his own business, Hoem Pharma Consulting. He was also employed by Smerud Medical Research Group and the University of Oslo. He holds a PhD in clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics from the University of Oslo.

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