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Dentsply Sirona Appoints Emily P. Miner

Dentsply Sirona has announces that Emily P. Miner has been appointed as Senior Vice President, Quality and Regulatory. In this role, she becomes a member of the management team reporting to the Chief Executive Officer. A spokesperson offers further details.

Emily P. Miner joins Dentsply Sirona as a proven strategic leader with over 15 years of quality and regulatory experience in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries.

Chief Executive Officer Simon Campion said: “Emily is a seasoned executive who has acquired significant quality and regulatory experience during her career in major medical device companies. The most critical interface that our customers and their patients have with our company is through the quality of our products, our hardware and our software.

“Emily’s appointment to the management team is a reflection of our continued commitment to the quality of the products and services we provide to the global dental community.”

Emily responded: “I am honoured and excited to join the world’s largest dental company where quality and innovation are core values. I am looking forward to working with the team to advance our quality and regulatory initiatives and ensuring that our products and solutions meet the highest standards for our customers globally.”

With more than 15-years-experience, Emily’s expertise spans all elements of quality and regulatory management, including Consent Decree remediation, general quality system remediations, extensive global regulatory inspection preparation and management, stage gate development projects, strategic program management, and global quality operations.

Most recently, she served as Senior Vice President, Global Quality and Regulatory, at Terumo Cardiovascular since 2018. Prior to Terumo, she was with PwC PRTM Management Consultants, Hospira, and Boston Scientific. Emily holds a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Engineering Management from Duke University.

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