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Beike Biotech Adds International Executives to Strengthen Current Technologies and Develop Future Pipeline
Date:9/8/2009

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Dr. Hu stated, "Dr. Li Tao has considerable experience and has also shown his ability to consistently publish innovative research. We will look to his strong leadership skills when directing the research and development work of our iPS laboratory. This is a young field; his experience in senior roles in Japan and the U.S. is a great asset to our goal of being at the cutting-edge of research." With nine full-time researchers, the iPS lab's main focus is the safe manufacture of iPS cells for insulin production.

Dr. Susan Jiang began her career path as a physician in the field of otorhinolaryngology, specializing in head and neck (ENT-HN) surgery. After receiving her Ph.D. in China, she completed post-doctoral work in the Department of Physiology Biophysics at the University of Arkansas in 2002. In 2005, Dr. Jiang moved to the Pediatrics Department of Stanford University where she investigated the therapeutic potential of stem cells in neo-natal respiratory diseases and developed wound healing models based on stem cell technologies. After nearly three years at Stanford, she became Scientific Director at Escape Therapeutics in the U.S., managing their science team as they developed products based on genetically engineered human stem cells and beta cells for diabetic-related disorders.

Dr. Hu expressed his excitement over the recruitment of Susan Jiang: "Dr. Jiang's international clinical and laboratory experience gives her the right background to help us validate our current technologies internationally. She will also take on task of refining our stem cell cultivation processes and advancing the clinical development of our treatment protocols,"

Dr. Jiang added, "I decided to come back to China because of the nurturing research environment, where the government has consistently provided a supportive and practical regulatory framework with generous access t
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