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Anthera Pharmaceuticals Promotes Colin Hislop, M.D., to Chief Medical Officer
Date:6/3/2010

HAYWARD, Calif., June 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Anthera Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANTH), a biopharmaceutical company developing therapeutics to treat serious diseases associated with inflammation and autoimmune disorders, today announced Colin Hislop, M.D. has been promoted to the role of Chief Medical Officer of Anthera. Dr. Hislop replaces James E. Pennington, M.D., who will continue to serve as Anthera's Senior Clinical Fellow.

"Since the early days of Anthera, Colin has done an extraordinary job heading up the advancement of our cardiovascular program and the in-licensing of A-623 from Amgen. We look forward to accelerating our clinical programs under his capable leadership at Anthera," stated Paul F. Truex, President and Chief Executive Officer of Anthera Pharmaceuticals. "We greatly appreciate Jim's hard work, mentorship, and clinical leadership over the past three years. He has been a driving force behind our development strategies and has provided a level of strategic insight that we are fortunate to continue to access in his new role as Senior Clinical Fellow."

Dr. Hislop has served as Anthera's Senior Vice President of Cardiovascular Products since 2005. Prior to joining Anthera‚ he was Vice President of Clinical Development for Peninsula Pharmaceuticals‚ Inc., where he oversaw three global development programs for Peninsula's anti-infective product portfolio, including Doribax® (doripenem) and ceftaroline. Dr. Hislop has over 15 years of drug development expertise in a number of areas, including cardiovascular‚ endocrinology‚ allergy/asth
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