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Creabilis Appoints Dr David Roblin as Chief Medical Officer
Date:8/4/2011

d: "It is reflection of Creabilis' potential that we have been able to attract a Chief Medical Officer of David's calibre and reputation. He has vast experience not only in clinical development, but across the broader drug development pathway and pharmaceutical industry as a whole. This can only serve to benefit Creabilis as we progress our pipeline of valuable drug candidates."

About Creabilis SA

Creabilis is a clinical-stage European biotechnology company creating innovative new drugs to tackle unmet medical needs in dermatology and inflammatory diseases. Bringing together world class drug development capabilities and a rich scientific heritage, Creabilis is uniquely positioned to transform the treatment of its target diseases.

Creabilis' lead product is CT327 a novel topically applied TrkA kinase inhibitor developed using the Company's Low Systemic Exposure (LSE) technology. CT327 is currently in Phase II clinical trials in psoriasis and atopic dermatitis and is undergoing proof-of-concept studies in pain. CT340 is a potent TrkA kinase inhibitor under development for the treatment of conditions in which TrkA kinase inhibition is implicated, including inflammatory arthritis and pain. The Creabilis portfolio also includes CT637, a new approach to the treatment of significant inflammatory conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis. Earlier-stage projects include a number of highly promising candidates for dermatological and wider indications.

Creabilis is backed by some of Europe's most highly respected life sciences investors including Sofinnova Partners and Neomed.

For more information, please visit:  http://www.creabilis-sa.com

For further information please contact:

Creabilis
Eliot Forster
eforster@creabilis-sa.com
Creabilis SA
5 rue Jean Monnet L-2810 LUXEMBOURG
                
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