Navigation Links
Cytochroma opens U.S. headquarters in Illinois
Date:4/29/2008

MARKHAM, ON, April 29 /PRNewswire/ - Cytochroma today announced the opening of its U.S. headquarters in Bannockburn, Illinois, located in the greater Chicago area. The site will serve as the Company's base for U.S. commercial activities and for the expansion of its North American clinical and regulatory operations.

The expansion into the U.S. will ensure that appropriate resources are available to support the Company's numerous planned clinical programs as well as subsequent U.S. product launches. Members of Cytochroma's current management team to be based in the Bannockburn office include Joel Z. Melnick, M.D., Vice President of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs and Eric J. Messner, MBA, Vice President of Commercial Operations. The Company will retain and continue growing its existing corporate headquarters in Markham.

Charles W. Bishop, PhD., President and CEO, commented, "This is an ideal time for Cytochroma to establish U.S. operations, as we move our lead programs into mid- to late-stage clinical trials and execute plans to develop our commercial infrastructure. The Chicago area is a prime location for Cytochroma, given the presence of a number of world-class pharmaceutical and healthcare companies focused on the chronic kidney disease market and the strong intellectual capital present in the region."

Cytochroma has a diverse portfolio of Vitamin D-based therapeutics designed to treat disorders related to abnormal or insufficient Vitamin D metabolism in chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients. These new products will address target markets that are expected to grow significantly, reaching more than $1.2 billion annually by 2010 in North America alone. Cytochroma has three lead product candidates in development for CKD patients: CTA018 and CTAP201 are being developed for the treatment of secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT), while CTAP101 is being developed for the treatment of Vitamin D insufficiency.

About Chronic Kidney Disease
'/>"/>

SOURCE Cytochroma Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Cytochroma initiates Phase I/II clinical trial of CTAP101 Capsules for vitamin D insufficiency in chronic kidney disease
2. Cartesian Gridspeed Opens Subsidiary Operation in North America
3. Revolutionary Genomics Research Group Opens Boston Office; Provides DNA Evidence in Workers Comp Cases
4. New Orthopedic Surgical Robotics Company Opens Its Doors; Files with the FDA for Clearance of Its Flagship Product
5. Kaiser Permanente Colorado Opens Center for Health Dissemination and Implementation Research
6. ThalesNano Inc. Opens Own Representation in the United Kingdom and has New Distribution Agreements for Europe and India
7. The USC Stevens Institute for Innovation Opens Shop on US Health Sciences Campus
8. MichBio Expo Opens in Lansing Next Week
9. Beckman Coulter Announces Third Quarter 2007 Earnings to Be Released on Tuesday, October 30, 2007 Before Market Opens
10. NicOx Opens U.S. Headquarters in New Jersey
11. Pioneer in Reproductive Medicine Opens The Countrys First Comprehensive Fertility Practice
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/1/2014)... 2014 The participants committed to not ... spending their own time adjusting, tweaking and testing virtual ... were ready for judging. , “I enjoyed being involved ... leader. “The entries showed a commendable range exploring ... of the print medium and the creativity of the ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... September 30, 2014 In response ... tools to address sales, training and consumer engagement ... developed innovative mobile applications to turn their clients’ ... agency’s latest customized mobile app creations, are now ... , In partnership with Toyota, StudioPMG created a ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... Award winning unified communications (UC) and ... collaboration bundles that combine next generation communication technologies. ... for low, flat rate fees. With four ... optimized solutions to meet their technology needs. , ... minutes (1K, 5K, 10K increments) or audio minutes ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... 2014 TeselaGen Biotechnology has ... to expand their bioCAD/CAM software suite, which uses ... The Small Business Innovation Research Phase II grant will ... exclusive license from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. j5 ... an LBNL laboratory that develops alternative fuel technologies for ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Array Architects Challenges Staff to Create with 3D Printer 2Digital Agency Studio PMG Launches New Case Studies on Website 2SoundConnect Launches New Audio, Web and Video Bundles 2TeselaGen Receives $750k NSF SBIR Phase II Award 2TeselaGen Receives $750k NSF SBIR Phase II Award 3
... Calif., Oct. 8 KineMed Inc., a privately,held pathway-based ... Fineman, CEO and President of KineMed, will present an,overview ... the 4th Annual,BIO Investor Forum in San Francisco on ... Heights room of the Palace Hotel. Mr. Fineman will,provide ...
... 7 Protalix,BioTherapeutics, Inc. (Amex: PLX ), ... public offering of its common stock pursuant to ... The company is proposing to sell 3,726,708 shares ... proposing to sell an,aggregate of 1,242,236 shares of ...
... President, Research Operations - Dr. ... CARLSBAD, Calif., Oct. 5 Ardea Biosciences,Inc. ... the discovery and,development of small-molecule therapeutics for the ... announced changes to its,research management. Dr. Jean-Luc Girardet ...
Cached Biology Technology:KineMed to Present at the 4th Annual BIO Investor Forum 2Protalix BioTherapeutics Announces Public Offering of Common Stock 2Protalix BioTherapeutics Announces Public Offering of Common Stock 3Ardea Biosciences Announces Changes to Research Management 2Ardea Biosciences Announces Changes to Research Management 3
(Date:9/30/2014)... 30, 2014  Spectra Automation, a trusted ... biotech and power generation industries, announced today ... Manager, an easy-to-use and cost-effective data collection, ... development laboratories. Most upstream ... analyzer systems. Accessing and consolidating data from ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... 2014) People who suffer from asthma may think ... their asthma besides properly taking medications and avoiding allergic ... the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology , ... Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI), asthma sufferers can learn lessons ... woman described in the Annals article improved her asthma ...
(Date:9/29/2014)... ramosum , coupled with a high-fat diet, may cause animals ... mBio , the online open-access journal of the American ... German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke in Nuthetal observed that ... gained weight when fed a high-fat diet. Mice that did ... when consuming a high-fat diet, and mice that had ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Spectra Automation Introduces RECONN Bioprocess Manager 2Asthma symptoms kicking up? Check your exposure to air pollution 2Gut bacteria promote obesity in mice 2
... previous work with engines traveling on straight tracks, a ... of Oxford have successfully used DNA building blocks to ... of tracks with multiple switches. The findings, published in ... Nature Nanotechnology , are expected to lead to further ...
... at the RIKEN SPring-8 Center in Harima, Japan have ... reductase (qNOR), a bacterial enzyme that offers clues on ... to their importance to fundamental science, the findings provide ... ozone-depleting and greenhouse gas hundreds of times more potent ...
... San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research scientists shows ... condor in the wild are human influenced, with lead ... birds. , The study documents the deaths of ... Baja, California, Mexicofrom the inception of the reintroduction program ...
Cached Biology News:New study sheds light on evolutionary origin of oxygen-based cellular respiration 2Scientific paper shows California condor still threatened by human activities 2
... tissue extracts (liver, kidney, spleen, and heart) and ... It was also tested with microsomal fractions prepared ... simple and reliable method for measuring NDPase activity ... the inorganic phosphate released from NDP by the ...
... Principle: The sulfidoleukotrienes ... are products of arachidonic acid ... In the past, they were ... of Anaphylaxis (SRS-A)". They are ...
... the condition in which a lack of ... the various antioxidants. Oxidative stress appears ... several diseases, including artherosclerosis, chronic inflammatory diseases, ... antioxidant systems that are very important for ...
... Compound(s) tested through 63 ... assays spanning a broad ... panel includes many non ... several non-selective assays. ...
Biology Products: