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Ipsen appoints Ioana Parsons as UK and Ireland General Manager

Ipsen has announced the appointment of Ioana Parsons as General Manager of the company’s U.K. & Ireland affiliate. Ioana joins from Ipsen Poland, where she has been General Manager for the past three years. As well as becoming U.K. & I General Manager, Ioana will act as Head of Site for Ipsen’s U.K. Global Hub.

Ioana has a wealth of experience working in the Life Sciences industry including local, regional and global roles at major pharmaceutical companies. In addition to this, she has worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company in London, where she led large scale strategy and commercial transformation projects for a range of global pharmaceutical clients. She holds a BA in Economics and International Business from the Academy of Economic Sciences in Bucharest and an MBA from London Business School.

Ioana succeeds Guy Oliver and is tasked with continuing to drive our rapidly growing commercial presence in the U.K. and Ireland.

Commenting on her appointment, Ioana said: “I am really excited to be back in London. I cannot wait to get started and work with all my colleagues here to deliver on Ipsen’s bold ambitions in driving innovation across oncology, neuroscience, and rare diseases. The U.K. has a complex healthcare landscape and I’m ready to tackle both the opportunities and the challenges we face here, working together with our dedicated healthcare partners in the U.K. and Ireland to ensure the best possible health outcomes for patients. Our passion continues to be about making a real impact on patients’ lives every day and we do this by discovering innovative medicines that truly make a difference.”

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Emma Cooper
Emma Cooper
Emma is Content Manager at Pf Media.

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