Namal Nawana, who has been Synthes president since March 2011, has left to pursue opportunities outside of Johnson & Johnson, according to the company's communications director.
Current worldwide marketing Vice President Max Reinhardt will succeed Mr. Nawana as the new president.
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DePuy Synthes Spine President Resigns FeaturedWritten by Heather Linder | Tuesday, 04 December 2012 18:37
The president of DePuy Synthes Spine, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, has resided from his role, effective Nov. 27, according to Mass Device.
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