PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA — Harmony Biosciences Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: HRMY) recently announced that John C. Jacobs is stepping down as President and Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors to pursue another opportunity. The Harmony Board of Directors has named Jeffrey M. Dayno, MD, Harmony’s Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, as interim CEO effective immediately. Jeff Aronin, Harmony’s founder and Board chairman, will continue to lead the Board of Directors as well as provide counsel and guidance to the senior management team through the transition as Executive Chairman.
“We have full confidence in Dr. Dayno taking over as CEO on an interim basis,” said Aronin, executive chairman of Harmony’s Board. “He has been instrumental in leading our clinical development programs and regulatory strategy as our Chief Medical Officer for the past five years. He is a nationally recognized expert in neuroscience and has been responsible for managing the research, development and medical and regulatory affairs for Harmony. The Board is confident that Harmony’s underlying business continues to be strong, and the team will continue to execute on its strategic imperative while driving long-term value.”
“I want to thank John Jacobs for his leadership of Harmony over the past several years,” said Dayno. “I look forward to serving as interim CEO as we continue to execute on our 3-pillar growth strategy — optimizing commercial performance in narcolepsy, expanding clinical utility beyond narcolepsy and acquiring additional assets through business development. We will remain disciplined in our execution to ensure Harmony is well-positioned for success in 2023 and beyond.”
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