Juergen Schwiezer, Severin Schwan, Franz Humer, David Lester, Michael Mullenix, Gabriella Szekely-Klepser | GenomeWeb
Jürgen Schwiezer will become CEO of Roche Diagnostics on Jan. 1, 2008. He will succeed Severin Schwan, who will take over the role of CEO of the Roche Group from Franz Humer in March.
Schwiezer is currently president of the Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions for Roche Diagnostics. He joined Boehringer Mannheim in 1976 and held a number of management positions in marketing and sales. That firm was acquired by Roche in 1997.

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