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Viscadia Appoints Managing Consultant

By Kristin Brooks | February 12, 2014

Yeager brings more than 23 years of experience

Bruce Yeager has been appointed as a managing consultant at Viscadia, Inc. Mr. Yeager joins the company from Savient Pharmaceuticals and has more than 23 years of experience in senior-level commercial pharmaceutical roles, working for large, mid-sized and start-up biopharmaceutical manufacturers including UCB, Amgen, and Sepracor. Mr. Yeager’s biopharmaceutical experience also includes developing commercial marketing and sales strategies.
 
“We are thrilled with the high level of commercial strategy, market access, and pricing and contracting experience Bruce brings to the table,” said, Viscadia president and chief executive officer, Satish Kauta.
 
Viscadia is an analytically driven management consulting firm that partners with companies in specialty pharmaceutical markets to identify and evaluate development, acquisition, licensing and lifecycle management opportunities. Viscadia is headquartered in Washington, DC, with regional offices in San Diego, CA, and St. Louis, MO.

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