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RPS Continues Expansion of Global Clinical, Regulatory, Medical, and Operational Leadership
Date:7/20/2011

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Debra Marshall has over 30 years of healthcare and pharmaceutical industry management experience and most recent served as Assistant Vice President, US Global Site Management for Pfizer (formerly Wyeth), where she was instrumental in building a high performing Site Management Organization and implementing enhanced Site Management strategies.

Lexy Kelley, MD brings strong experience in the design, implementation and medical oversight of clinical development programs for the treatment of Lupus as well as clinical research experience in hematology, infectious diseases, rheumatology and allergy.  Prior to joining RPS, she served as an Associate Medical Director at UCB Pharma.

Marguerite (Peggy) Doran has over 25 years of pharmaceutical industry experience, including 18 years of experience in contract negotiation and management, implementation of sourcing strategies, contract optimization and process improvements as well as vendor relationship management and governance programs.

"Because of our unique business model, RPS has achieved impressive growth rates that far exceed those in the late stage CRO marketplace," said Daniel M. Perlman, Chairman and CEO.  "The new additions to our organization are a key component of our continued focus on growth and innovation in support of the global biopharmaceutical and medical device industries."

About RPS

RPS provides comprehensive global Phase II-IV clinical development solutions to the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Medical Device and Diagnostic industries.  By combining our highly experienced clinical research operations infrastructure with the industry's largest resourcing engines, RPS is uniquely positioned to offer our Customers a broad spectrum of outsourcing solutions. These solutions range from globally Embedded functional and cross-functional programs to enhanced global full-service solutions, and are powered by highly experienced project t
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