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BioLife Solutions Adds Clinical and Commercialization Experts to Scientific Advisory Board
Date:1/23/2012

in cryopreservation research for more than 20 years, having authored over 130 peer-reviewed journal articles on cryopreservation.
  • Shelly Heimfeld, Ph.D., is the Director, Heimfeld Research Laboratory, Scientific Director, Cellular Therapy Laboratory, and Scientific Director, cGMP Therapeutic Manufacturing Facilities at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Dr. Heimfeld is internationally recognized for research in hematopoietic-derived stem cells and the development of cell processing technologies for improved cancer therapy.
  • Andrew Hinson joined the Board in February 2007. He is currently the Vice President for Clinical and Regulatory Affairs for LoneStar Heart, Inc., a developer of proprietary biopolymer, small molecule and cellular-based therapies to effectively treat heart failure and other cardiac conditions. Mr. Hinson has diverse experience in the cell and gene therapy markets and extensive experience with regulatory and clinical trial issues for new therapies for cardiac, neurologic, and gastrointestinal applications.
  • Darin Weber, Ph.D., is a leading regulatory expert for cellular and tissue based products, and a former FDA cellular therapy reviewer. He is currently the Executive Vice President, Global Regulatory Affairs at Mesoblast Limited. Dr. Weber's knowledge of the regulatory landscape for cell and gene therapy is extensive and directly relevant to the Company's business since its biopreservation media products are a critical process component in numerous active clinical trials for new cellular therapy products.
  • Erik J. Woods, Ph.D.,Co-Founder, CEO of General Biotechnology, LLC, and Laboratory Director of The Genesis Bank, a private umbilical cord blood bank. Dr. Woods is the current president of the Society for Cryobiology.
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