Senior management appointments

05 Nov 2015

Redx Pharma is pleased to announce two senior management appointments, with Nicholas Adams joining as Chief Business Officer and Dr Matilda Bingham’s promotion to Executive Director of Redx Oncology Ltd, the Group’s oncology subsidiary.

Nicholas Adams’s role as Chief Business Officer is a newly developed position and his appointment commences on 19 November. Nick has over 25 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry, and in particular in business development. He has led a wide range of deal types, including in- and out-licensing, divestments, royalty buy-outs as well as M&A. He has also worked in clinical development in large and mid-sized pharmaceutical companies and in biotech. Most recently, he was Chief Business Officer of Clavis Pharma ASA, the Norwegian drug development company specialising in oncology. Prior to that, he was Vice President of Business Development at Antisoma Research plc, which developed therapies for cancer and autoimmune disease.

Dr Matilda (“Tilly”) Bingham has been appointed as Executive Director of Redx Oncology Ltd, with immediate effect, having served as Interim Managing Director of the subsidiary. She joined Redx in 2012 from MSD Research Laboratories, part of Merck & Co., Inc., where she led the medicinal chemistry teams. She has over 13 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, with a track record of delivering clinical development candidates.

Neil Murray, Chief Executive of Redx, commented: We are delighted to announce the appointments of Nick and Tilly to our executive management team. Nick brings extensive experience in business development roles as well as a strong clinical background. I am equally pleased that Tilly has been promoted to the position of Executive Director of Redx Oncology. She has been a valued member of the team since 2012, with a track record of delivery across the organisation.

These appointments are part of Redx’s growth strategy and will help to accelerate the Group’s next phase of development as a commercially driven drug discovery and development company.