Biovica strengthens the company with Market Access and QA Director
Biovica has recruited Wing Cheng as Market Access & QA Director. He will join Biovica on the 8th of October 2018. Wing has extensive experience in the regulatory and reimbursement area from different companies, national and international authorities.
He holds a Ph.D. in clinical immunology from Uppsala University. Wing is leaving the role as Manager Clinical Utility at Thermo Fisher. Wing also has background from national and European authorities in the regulatory and reimbursement area, e.g. The Dental and Pharmaceutical Benefits Agency, TLV, the Medical Products Agency, MPA, European Medicine Agency, EMA and the European Commission.
Wing will lead the work in market access and quality assurance for Biovica's product DiviTum®. He will be a part of the management team at Biovica.
"I am impressed with Biovica's ambitions and what the company has achieved so far. DiviTum will make a big difference for the world's cancer patients and is well positioned for the increasing amount of targeted treatments in the field. I'm really looking forward to contributing to the continued commercialization of DiviTum® and realizing the great potential of the company's products," said Wing Cheng.
"I am very pleased that Wing Cheng will reinforce an already strong team. Wing’s experience and expertise in the market access area will add great value to Biovica" says Anders Rylander, CEO of Biovica International AB.
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