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EpiVax Research on Tregitopes Wins 2010 AAPS Innovation in Biotechnology Award
Date:5/25/2010

EpiVax Research on Tregitopes Wins 2010 AAPS Innovation in Biotechnology Award. Providence-based biotechnology company selected from more than 100 global research initiatives aimed at impacting drug development.

Providence, RI; San Francisco, CA (Vocus) May 25, 2010 -- At the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists’ (AAPS) 2010 National Biotechnology Conference (NBC) in San Francisco, AAPS President Danny D. Shen, Ph.D., presented an award for “Innovation in Biotechnology” to Providence-based EpiVax; commemorating their contributions to the pharmaceutical sciences. EpiVax’s Tregitope research was selected from more than 100 submissions globally. The award recognizes innovation demonstrating how basic science can impact drug development and represents a creative new idea expected to have a significant impact in the biotechnology field.

“The award winners announced are a testament to the advances AAPS members and their colleagues have made in the field of biotechnology,” said AAPS Associate Executive Director Peter Inchauteguiz. “Recognizing these scientists for their hard work and achievements in biotherapeutics is a great way for us to kick-off this national conference in San Francisco.”

EpiVax’s award-winning research entitled, “Preclinical Design of Less Immunogenic Biologics: Tregitopes and Tolerance,” was done with the support of researchers from the following institutions: Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Children’s Hospital Boston; Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: Institute for Immunology and Informatics, University of Rhode Island: and University of Maryland.

When asked about the significance of the Tregitope discovery, Harald Kropshofer, Ph.D, Global Coordinator Immunosafety, F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG has said “I believe that Tregitope technology represents a
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