May 01, 2014
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Alphaeon names Bob Rhatigan chief operating officer

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Bob Rhatigan has joined Alphaeon as its chief operating officer, the company announced in a news release.

In his position as COO, Rhatigan will play a prominent role in the development of Alphaeon’s commercial execution and future growth.

“Bob has an outstanding track record of successful business leadership in medical aesthetics and will add tremendous value as Alphaeon continues its rapid expansion to become the leader in providing innovative products and services in the lifestyle health care market,” Robert E. Grant, CEO of Alphaeon, said in the release.

Rhatigan previously served as senior vice president, general manager and chief executive of SkinMedica. He was responsible for the integration of SkinMedica into Allergan and led all facets of SkinMedica’s operation, including research and development, commercialization, manufacturing and operations.

He also served as senior vice president of Allergan’s facial aesthetics business and oversaw the launch of Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) and Latisse (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution 0.03%) in the United States.