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Laureate Pharma Appoints Gary Swan as Vice President of Operations
Date:2/14/2008

lopment and manufacturing of virus-inactivated blood products and the purification of proteins from blood components. At VI, Gary was responsible for strategic planning and daily operation of a 100,000 SF sterile product biopharmaceutical facility with a staff of 200. Gary has a BS in Biology from Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

About Laureate Pharma, Inc.

Laureate Pharma is a full-service biopharmaceutical development and protein production company located in Princeton, New Jersey. Laureate Pharma offers superior bioprocessing services that accelerate new products from development through production. Laureate provides a wide range of specialized services from process design and development to full-scale cGMP production, purification, aseptic filling, testing, validation, analytical services, and regulatory support. Laureate is focused on two active segments of the biopharmaceutical industry: monoclonal antibodies and recombinant protein products. Laureate Pharma, Inc. is a partner company of Safeguard Scientifics, Inc. (NYSE: SFE; http://www.safeguard.com), which provides growth capital for entrepreneurial and innovative technology and life sciences companies through expansion financings, corporate spin-outs, management buyouts, recapitalizations, industry consolidations and early-stage financings. For more information, contact Michael Cavanaugh, Vice President Sales, Marketing, and Business Development at (609) 919-3400 or info@laureatepharma.com, or visit http://www.laureatepharma.com.


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