Kythera


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Kythera

(ˈkɪθɪrə)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Cythera
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Previously, she has was chief commercial officer for KYTHERA Biopharmaceuticals, vice president of marketing for Bausch and Lomb Surgical, vice president of global marketing at Allergan as well as part of research and development at Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon division at the start of her career.
Before joining Alder, she was Chief Commercial Officer for Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, where she led the commercial strategy and execution including the hiring and development of all commercial functions and launch of a product prior to the company's acquisition.
Green previously served as senior director of business development at Allergan for 10 years, leading over sixty diligence teams and completed over twenty transactions, including the second largest transaction in Allergan history with the USD 2.1bn Kythera acquisition.
Katz disclosed that he has received grant funding from CosmeceuTech, Cynosure, Kythera, Neothetics, and equipment from BTL.
She currently serves as chief commercial officer for Alder Biopharmaceuticals and previously was chief commercial officer at Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, which was sold to Allergan in 2015.
Kythera Pesquisa realizada com Biopharmaceuticals, europeus e norte-americanos Inc.
An Athenian attack on the island of Kythera in 424 had a twofold purpose.
It is also known as Kitira, Kythera (in Greek), Kythira (also a Greek name but used in German), Citera (in Spanish), Cythere (in French), or Cerigo (in Italian), etc.
In 1901, sponge divers found several artifacts at a ship wreck dating to 1st century B.C near Antikythera, a Greek island that lies between Kythera and Crete in the Mediterranean Sea.
The project is supported by corporate partners: Hublot, Autodesk, Cosmote, and Costa Navarino Resort;, and private sponsors: Swordspoint Foundation, Jane and James Orr, Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation, the Domestic Property Committee of Kythera and Antikythera, the Municipality of Kythera, and private sponsors of WHOI.
Elgin used his own ship "Mentor" to transport some of the works to England, and as the ship sank off the island of Kythera he even covered the cost for the retrieval of the cargo that had sunk.