Critical Path Institute seeks new leader as founder retires
This article was originally published in SRA
The founder of the Arizona-based Critical Path Institute (C-Path), Raymond Woosley, has announced that he is to retire on 31 January 2012, leaving its board of directors in search of a new chief executive1. Woosley founded C-Path six years ago as a non-profit organisation fostering partnerships between pharmaceutical firms and regulatory bodies, increasing the speed and efficiency of drug development, to get novel drugs to patients more quickly2. While retiring from running its day-to-day operations, he will remain involved with the firm and retain his seat on the board.