GPhA Names Chester ‘Chip’ Davis Jr. as New President

GPhA has selected Chester “Chip” Davis, Jr., as president and CEO, taking over for Ralph Neas, who is stepping down.

Davis, who is executive vice president for advocacy and member relations at PhRMA, assumes the position at GPhA on Aug. 18.

He has 20 years of experience in the biopharma sector, including a stint overseeing government relations and strategic alliances at AstraZeneca. Davis holds a law degree and serves on the board of the Global Intellectual Property Center. In January, Neas announced he would leave GPhA in the fall. He has served as head of GPhA since the fall of 2011, overseeing everything from the implementation of GDUFA to the development of the biosimilar approval pathway (Generic Line, Feb. 4). — Meg Bryant

 

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