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Dr. William Brody, President of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, Appointed to GenVault's Board of Directors
Date:11/4/2009

Ph.D. (also in electrical engineering) and his M.D. degrees from Stanford University.

Dr. Brody currently serves on a number of national boards, including IBM, Stanford University, and Novartis. He is a member of the Scientific Management Review Board of the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Brody has also been a national figure in efforts to encourage innovation and strengthen the U.S. economy through investments in research and education.

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GenVault is the global leader in providing risk free biosample workflow, transport, and storage solutions for genomic medicine, discovery and identification. Today, GenVault is empowering pharmaceutical companies, medical centers, academic institutions and law enforcement agencies to more fully leverage the rapidly growing genomics industry. As a scalable, reliable and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional freezers and DNA purification systems, the company's dry-state platform enables the extraction, preservation, recovery, and distribution of biosamples at ambient temperature. Future systems will also accommodate proteins and RNA to provide a comprehensive solution. From GenPlates to the Dynamic Archive, GenVault is continuously developing and refining best practices for biosample management and preservation. For more information visit GenVault at www.genvault.com.

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    dwellis@genvault.com

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