Connect Conference & Show Floor Educational Sessions

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  • Paul NelsonVice President, Supply Chain and R&DAmring Pharmaceuticals Inc

    Paul Nelson is responsible for the supply of all Amring products. Mr. Nelson oversees procurement, contracts with external suppliers and CMOs, as well as the inventory and logistics that allow Amring to provide quality products to patients. He works with the Business Development organization and conducts due diligence on potential new business partners and product licensing opportunities. He also partners with Sales and Marketing to ensure that the company maintains and forecasts adequate inventory for all its products, addresses supply issues, and optimizes product performance in terms of delivery, margin, cost, inventory and quality.

    Mr. Nelson came to Amring in late 2015 from Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, where he developed the supply chain strategy and led supply chain operations for all commercial products, including oral solid dose and capsule products, large-molecule parenteral products, and medical devices. Previously, he held leadership positions at Shire and UCB. He has experience in end-to-end supply chain management and understands how to implement strategies that allow for rapid growth and respond to ever-changing business conditions.

    Mr. Nelson is a member of the Integrity of Supply working group, a team co-sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Xavier University that aims to develop and implement Good Supply Practices (GSPs). He is a member of and speaker for the International Quality and Productivity Center, a leading lean six sigma advocacy group. Mr. Nelson holds degrees in Applied Mathematics from Kentucky State University and Chemical Engineering from the University of Kentucky, as well as an MBA from University of South Carolina.