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BioHealth Innovation, Inc. Names Ram Aiyar as Entrepreneur-in-Residence to NIH National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
Date:5/20/2013

l background to help with commercialization of assets and technologies from within the NHLBI with the support of BHI," said Dr. Aiyar. "Working with phenomenal people at BHI – with the backing of many of the most talented and reputable health care advisors in the Maryland Area – is a unique and exciting opportunity. I look forward to working with both the BHI and NHLBI teams."

"This partnership between NHLBI and BHI will help us accelerate our efforts in the commercialization space," said Jodi Black , Ph.D., Deputy Director, Division of Extramural Research Activities, NHLBI. "We're excited about the opportunity to have Dr. Aiyar assisting our efforts to transition laboratory discoveries to practical application and public benefit."

About Ram Aiyar
Dr. Aiyar brings over five years of experience in pharmaceutical research and development and two years of healthcare investment experience to his role as CCO at FlowMetric, Inc. Dr. Aiyar is also an investment professional at Sofinnova Partners, a healthcare venture capital firm based in Paris. There, Dr. Aiyar is responsible for identifying, building and supporting biotech and medtech start-ups. Prior to Sofinnova, Dr. Aiyar worked at Johnson & Johnson (J&J) in the oncology and immunology space. Most recently, Dr. Aiyar was focused on developing and identifying stratified medicine solutions for pulmonary and autoimmune diseases as part of the immunology biomarkers team. At J&J, Dr. Aiyar also contributed in identification and development of several novel large molecular compounds in oncology and immunology. Dr. Aiyar was a recipient of the Philip B. Hofmann award for "Outstanding Achievement in the field of Research and Development," the most prestigious award for a scientist at J&J.

Dr. Aiyar's doctoral research used a combination of experimental and statistical methods to differentiate
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