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Jennerex Appoints Lara Longpre to Chief Operating Officer

Wed, 08/25/2010 - 4:32am
Bio-Medicine.Org

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Jennerex, Inc., a clinical-stage cancer biotherapeutics company, today announced the appointment of Lara Longpre to the position of chief operating officer. Ms. Longpre will be responsible for the development of the company's lead product, JX-594, as well as Jennerex's other product candidates in development and will lead the clinical operations and research, manufacturing, regulatory and quality functions. Ms. Longpre has served as a consultant to Jennerex since 2009.

"Lara's extensive experience in developing therapeutics will make her a key member of our executive management team," said David H. Kirn, M.D., president and chief executive officer of Jennerex. "Her systematic and meticulous approach to operations, combined with her demonstrated leadership ability, make Lara the ideal person to direct the development of JX-594 as we move toward late stage clinical trials in advanced liver cancer."

Ms. Longpre brings to Jennerex over 17 years of broad clinical research, operations, and leadership expertise in all stages of clinical development.  Prior to Jennerex, Ms. Longpre held the position of  senior vice president, clinical and corporate affairs at MedGenesis Therapeutix and held senior positions at PRA International, a global CRO, including vice president of proposals and contracts, vice president of quality and process management, director of global regulatory affairs, and director of operations. She has directly managed several pivotal Phase 3 trials, and has specific expertise in project management, clinical operations, and quality management systems, including achieving ISO 9001:2000 registration and ensuring Sarbanes-Oxley compliance while at an international CRO. Ms. Longpre holds an M.Sc. in Medical Science from Harvard Medical School, an MBA from Queens University, and B.A. from Cornell University.

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