Pfizer’s Rathbun “seconded” To SAFE-BioPharma
George Rathbun will continue as Pfizer's global research development informatics director as he assumes the additional position of SAFE-BioPharma Association chief technology officer. "Pfizer has seconded Rathbun to SAFE-BioPharma," the industry-sponsored organization says in a Nov. 17 release. Rathbun, who will take over the new position immediately, will oversee and manage all aspects of technology for the organization, which is responsible for developing and managing secure digital signature standards (1"The Pink Sheet" July 11, 2005, p. 25)...
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