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Halozyme Therapeutics Strengthens Management Team, Appoints Additional Experienced Executives
Date:9/2/2008

gy research strategy and overseeing all aspects of oncology research. While at Pfizer, Dr. O'Connor also built and oversaw the diabetes and obesity research groups at the La Jolla campus. His managerial duties encompassed the generation of new drug targets, the selection of development candidates, and strategic and scientific support for Phase 1 and 2 clinical studies. Prior to joining Pfizer, Dr. O'Connor served as a Fogarty Fellow at The National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland from 1988 to 1998. He is on the Editorial Board of Cancer Research and is a member of numerous scientific and medical professional organizations. Dr. O'Connor received his BSc degree in Pharmacology from Bradford University, England, and his PhD in Experimental Oncology Therapeutics from Manchester University, England.

Michael J. LaBarre will oversee all of Halozyme's product development efforts, bringing strong experience in chemistry, manufacturing and controls (CMC) based on his extensive experience in the biotechnology industry for both biologics and small molecules. In his previous role as Vice President of Product Development at Paramount BioSciences, LLC, Dr. LaBarre led the CMC efforts for all of the product development programs within Paramount's portfolio. Prior to joining Paramount, Dr. LaBarre served in various research and development positions at Biogen Idec (previously IDEC) from 1995 to 2006 where he had responsibility for analytical and formulation development, protein purification, and biochemical characterization supporting numerous IND and BLA submissions, including those for Rituxan(R) and Zevalin(R). His last position with Biogen Idec was Director of Analytical and Protein Biochemistry. Prior to IDEC, Dr. LaBarre spent two years at Vical, Inc. in the analytical methods development group. He began his career at Hybritech where he held positions in regulatory affairs and manufacturing technical support, focusing on radiolabeled antibody technologies and analy
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