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Enteris BioPharma Forms Scientific Advisory Board to Enhance Leadership in Oral Delivery of Peptide and Small Molecule Drugs
Date:12/3/2013

h Center of Pittsburgh, a clinical fellowship in medical oncology at Johns Hopkins Oncology Center and a clinical fellowship in hematology at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. He then held a postdoctoral fellowship in cellular and developmental biology at Harvard University before joining Fox Chase.  Dr. Chernoff has chaired numerous international meetings and serves as an editor for Molecular Cell Biology, as well as a frequent ad-hoc reviewer for many top-tier science journals.

Dr. Chernoff stated, "Working at one of the nation's forty-one NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers, I have made a career in cancer research and treatment with the goal of improving therapies in solid tumors. Among its many differentiating factors, Enteris and its proprietary oral delivery technology platform offer the potential to greatly improve chemotherapy treatments by enabling a number of very effective cytotoxic and targeted agents that currently require IV administration to be delivered orally."

Dr. Danho joins Enteris as one of the foremost leaders in the discovery of peptide-based drugs, peptide mimetics, and conformationally restricted peptides.  Most recently the Distinguished Research Leader at Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., Dr. Danho currently serves as a council member of the American Peptide Society and is reviewer for the Journal of Peptide Research, QSAR & Combinatorial Science, as well as for the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry; he is a member of the editorial board of The International Journal of Peptide Research and Therapeutics. During his career, Dr. Danho authored and co-authored more than 250 scientific articles and 21 patents in the field of peptides and has presented and chaired various sections of the American, European and International Peptide Symposia since 1972.  Dr. Danho completed his Ph.D. in 1967 at the University of Aachen, Aachen, '/>"/>

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