Metrics Appoints New Vice-President - Pharmaceutical Technology

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Metrics Appoints New Vice-President

PTSM: Pharmaceutical Technology Sourcing and Management
Volume 10, Issue 1

Metrics has appointed John Ross as executive vice-president. In his new role, Ross is responsible for managing and expanding Metrics’ fee-for-service operations. The company’s contract services include pharmaceutical oral dose formulation development with suites for potent-product handling, clinical trial materials manufacturing, analytical testing method development and validation, stability studies, and other laboratory support services.

Ross’s 20 years of managerial experience include serving as COO and leading US and Canadian operations at CPL, a contract manufacturing organization for liquid and semisolid pharmaceutical products headquartered in Canada.

Source: Metrics


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