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AAIPharma Names Analytical Labs EVP

December 12, 2012

Shirazi responsible for the Wilmington and Durham labs

Dean Shirazi, Ph.D. has been promoted to executive vice president of analytical laboratories at AAIPharma Services Corp. Dr. Shirazi has been with the company for 20 years and has helped to excel analytical chemistry and product development, most recently as vice president of analytical development. In his new role, he will have responsibilities for the Wilmington and Durham analytical laboratories.
 
Dr. Shirazi is a recognized expert in multiple types of liquid chromatography and gas chromatography, having authored more than 50 publications in scientific journals and a reference book in chromatography.
 
"The tenured analytical teams have long been the cornerstone of AAIPharma," said Patrick Walsh, chief executive officer. "As we continue to add new analytical capabilities in our new Wilmington Technology Center, Dr. Shirazi's analytical and regulatory expertise continues to be instrumental in coordinating our growth strategy."

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