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Iain RossB.SC (HONS), C.DIR
Chairman & Non-Executive Director
Mr Iain Ross is an experienced multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology executive and is currently Chairman of e-Therapeutics plc (LSE:ETX), Redx Pharma plc (LON:REDX) and Biomer Technology Limited.
During his career, Mr Ross has held senior positions at multinational companies, Sandoz AG, Hoffman La Roche, and Celltech Group PLC and been a Chairman, CEO and Director of several biotech companies. He is a qualified Chartered Director and former Vice Chairman of the Council of Royal Holloway, London University
Deputy Chairman & Non-Executive Director
Bryce Carmine spent 36 years working for Eli Lilly & Co. and retired as Executive Vice President for Eli Lilly & Co, and President, Lilly Bio-Medicines. Prior to this he lead the Global Pharmaceutical Sales and Marketing and was a member of the company’s executive committee.
Mr Carmine previously held a series of product development portfolio leadership roles culminating when he was named President, Global Pharmaceutical Product Development, with responsibility for the entire late-phase pipeline development across all therapeutic areas for Eli Lilly.
During his career with Lilly Bryce held several country leadership positions including President Eli Lilly Japan, Managing Dir. Australia/NZ & General Manager of a JV for Lilly in Seoul, Korea.
Mr Steven Coffey is a Chartered Accountant, having spent his career in public practice since graduating from NSW University in 1983. He has been a partner in the chartered accounting firm Watkins Coffey Martin since 1993.
Mr Coffey is a registered company auditor and audits a number of large private companies as well as not for profit entities. He has previously served on the board of an Australian listed public company and is currently a board member of private family foundation.
Dr James GarnerMA, MBA, MBBS, BSC (HONS)
Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director
Dr Garner is an experienced life sciences executive who has previously worked with companies ranging from small biotechs to multinational pharmaceutical companies such as Biogen and Takeda. His career has focused on regional and global development of new medicines from preclinical to commercialisation.
Dr Garner is a physician by training and holds an MBA from the University of Queensland. He began his career in hospital medicine and worked for a number of years as a corporate strategy consultant with Bain & Company before entering the pharmaceutical industry. Prior to joining Kazia Therapeutics in 2016, he led R&D strategy for Sanofi in Asia-Pacific and was based in Singapore