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Inflamax Research Appoints ,Dr. Anne Marie Salapatek President & Chief Scientific Officer
Date:2/18/2013

I am pleased to work with the high caliber staff at Inflamax who are extremely skilled and experienced in the field of EEC and allergy/asthma research. I look forward to working with our clients who are engaged in the development of future medications and who deserve the best service in these critically important endeavors.”

Dr. Anne Marie Salapatek has over 20 years’ research experience both in industry and academia. She is the author of over 100 publications including patent inventions in topics ranging from inflammatory mechanisms to clinical trial design, conduct and Environmental Exposure Chamber technology. Dr. Salapatek was awarded a Ph.D. in Pharmacology from McMaster University, MSc in Physiology and BSc in Biochemistry from University of Toronto, Canada. Dr. Salapatek was the recipient of Canadian Institute of Health Research’s Principal Investigator funding and appointed Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto conducting well-funded research in the areas of respiratory, diabetes and gastroenterology. She was the recipient from the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario of the prestigious John Polanyi Prize (Nobel laureate) recognizing excellence in research in Canada. Dr. Salapatek brings to Inflamax Research a strong academic background coupled with extensive experience in clinical drug development in partnership with client Sponsors. She has advocated the use of the EEC model for allergy and dry eye research in regulatory and research forums demonstrating their benefit to improving the accuracy and precision of clinical research.

About Inflamax

Inflamax is a full service Contract Research Organization (CRO) specializing in Proof of Concept as well as Phase I through IV studies in allergy, asthma, ocular disease and dermatology, utilizing EEC technology. Inflamax conducts single and multi-center Environmental Exposure Chamber (EEC) and field studies. In addition to Inflamax Research’s Mobile
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