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DePuy Synthes Spine President Resigns Featured

Written by  Heather Linder | Tuesday, 04 December 2012 12:37
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The president of DePuy Synthes Spine, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, has resided from his role, effective Nov. 27, according to Mass Device.
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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