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Loic Maurel Joins Exonhit Therapeutics to Become CEO
Date:6/4/2008

He previously held various marketing and sales positions with progressive responsibilities at Novartis and Rhone-Poulenc (now sanofi-aventis) in France. He received his M.D. degree from the University of Bordeaux, France. Loic Maurel was Chairman of the Board of Oncomab GmbH as well as Board member of Debiovision Inc., Avance Pharma Inc., and of the BIOQuebec Association.

"I am very excited about the opportunity to lead the ExonHit Therapeutics team at this very important time for the Company. ExonHit Therapeutics is in an extremely strong position to translate its many opportunities coming from its unique discovery engine into successfully marketed commercial products," said Dr. Maurel. "I also look forward to working with Exonhit's licensing partners, bioMerieux, Allergan and others as well as forming strong relationships with the investment community." he concluded.

About ExonHit Therapeutics

http://www.exonhit.com

ExonHit Therapeutics is the world's leader in the analysis of alternative RNA splicing, a process which when deregulated plays a key role in the onset of various diseases.

ExonHit has a multi-component commercial strategy to capture the maximum value from its leadership in alternative splicing. The Company is already generating revenues from a new generation of microarrays, SpliceArrayTM family of products that enable life science researchers to detect crucial disease-associated information. These products are marketed worldwide in conjunction with Agilent and Affymetrix. In the field of diagnostics, ExonHit has a major collaboration with bioMerieux to develop completely novel predictive blood-based cancer diagnostics, which could play a key role in improving the treatment of breast cancer and other major cancers and develops its own projects for the detection of other chronic diseases such as Alzheimer's disease or atherosclerosis.

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