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Inspiration Biopharmaceuticals Expands Industry Expertise with Five New Executive Hires
Date:8/2/2012

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Inspiration Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. (Inspiration) announced today that it has added new leaders who will play pivotal roles as the company moves toward commercialization of products in late-stage development for hemophilia. Inspiration has appointed Robert Corcoran as Senior Vice President, Quality, Mike Keavany as Vice President of Commercial Operations, North America, Mark De Rosch, Ph.D., as Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Neil Schauer, Ph.D., as Vice President, Process Sciences, and Lorrie Ferraro as Vice President, Human Resources.

Mr. Corcoran brings extensive quality and biopharmaceutical operations experience to Inspiration, serving most recently as Vice President of Quality at Aegerion Pharmaceuticals. Prior to Aegerion, Mr. Corcoran served as Vice President of Quality at Shire Human Genetic Therapies/TKT, with responsibility for global quality operations spanning six sites. He also spent 12 years at Genetics Institute/Wyeth in positions of increasing responsibility, where he made key contributions to the development and commercialization of hemophilia products. Mr. Corcoran received his M.S. from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and his B.S. from the Catholic University of America.

Mr. Keavany brings over 15 years of hemophilia commercial experience to Inspiration. Most recently, Mr. Keavany served as Vice President of Sales and Operations at CSL Behring, where he led three sales teams and launched six products in a variety of rare diseases, including hemophilia. Before joining CSL, he served as Vice President of Specialty Sales at Wyeth. In this position, he led their Hemophilia, Oncology and Transplant teams. Earlier in his career, he helped build Genetics Institute's first sales organization and launched the first recombinant FIX. He previously spent 15 years with Zeneca in positions of increasing responsibility in Sales, Marketing and Managed Care. Mr. Keavany received his B
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