WITH SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS TRACK RECORDS
Managing Director of Camino International
Don Rindell is the Managing Director of Camino International, a consulting firm specializing in business development and drug delivery. Over the last two years Don has supported a number of key licensing agreements, and he has led device development programs for two multinational firms that included initial development of the programs, negotiations with vendors and ultimate oversight of the project. From 2005 – 2014 he served as Senior Director of Business Development for Amylin Pharmaceuticals, which was purchased by Bristol Myers Squibb. At Amylin, he lead a number of key global transactions including Shionogi Pharmaceuticals, BIOCON, Takeda Pharmaceuticals and several device delivery companies. Prior to joining Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Mr. Rindell had a successful consulting practice, during which time he served as Acting President of Medical Device Group, Inc., an acute care and respiratory company, and Vice President of Business Development of CardioNet, Inc., a “real-time” 24/7 cardiovascular monitoring company. His responsibilities included corporate marketing, mergers and acquisitions activities, product planning and new strategic initiatives. Prior to his consulting practice, he served as Vice President of Corporate Development & Strategic Planning of Advanced Tissues Sciences, Inc. (“ATS”), a La Jolla, California – based biotechnology company. Prior to his tenure at ATS, Mr. Rindell was the Vice President for Global Business Management of Braun/Thermoscan, a division of The Gillette Company. At Braun/Thermoscan, he played a major role in building its medical device business to achieve sales exceeding $170 million. Mr. Rindell was also employed by Hybritech, a division of Eli Lilly and Company as Executive Director of Sales and Marketing. Mr. Rindell received his B.S. degree in Economics from the College of Wooster and an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University Graduate School of Business.
R. Scott Struthers, PhD
CEO of Crinetics Pharmaceuticals