Cetero Research expands senior management team

Tuesday, December 27, 2011 11:49 AM

Cetero Research has reported two new appointments to its senior management team. Michael C. Fillios was named chief administrative officer, with leadership responsibility and oversight of human resources, information technology, project management, marketing and client services. David Coggin was named vice president, biometrics. He will oversee the operational management of PK/PD, data management, miostatistics and medical writing services.

Fillios is a 21-year veteran of industries spanning pharmaceutical manufacturing, industrial engineering and management consulting. He was most recently responsible for strategic business relationship management and process, as well as enterprise technology integration and all global business functions at ITT.

Coggin has nearly 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical and clinical research industries. He most recently held the role of global head, early clinical services, clinical data management at Covance.

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