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Marinus Pharmaceuticals Adds Two Life Sciences Veterans to its Board of Directors
Date:7/29/2009

y with positive phase 2a data for a novel first in class antiepileptic drug that will address unmet medical needs for adults with partial onset seizures."

Harry T. Rein, general partner at Foundational Medical Partners, also joins the Marinus board of directors. Rein brings almost 30 years of executive experience to his role at Marinus. Prior to Foundation Medical Partners, Rein was principal founder of Canaan Partners and served for 15 years as founder and general manager of the venture capital investment firm. He also previously served as President and CEO of General Electric Venture Capital Corporation and directed several of GE's lighting businesses as general manager before joining GE Venture Capital Corporation. Rein has also held numerous senior level positions across a broad range of industries including tenures at Transaction Systems, Inc., Gulf Oil Corporation and Polaroid Corporation. He has served on the boards of directors of over 20 public and private entrepreneurial companies, including Cell Pathways, OraPharma (acquired by Johnson & Johnson), National MD (acquired by GE), OmniSonics, GenVec, CardioNet and Spine Wave. Rein also serves as a Trustee of the Cleveland Clinic, Chairman of the Industrial Advisory Board of Cleveland Clinic Innovations and Trustee of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business Foundation.

About Ganaxolone

Ganaxolone is a synthetic neurosteroid and a derivative of the naturally occurring GABA-alpha neuromodulator, allopregnanolone. It is being investigated as a first in class treatment for epilepsy. Ganaxolone has been administered to more than 950 healthy adult volunteers and patients in more than 35 Phase 1 and Phase 2 studies. Early epilepsy studies involved more than 250 patients and generated data supportive of the efficacy and safety of ganaxolone in the treatment of both children and adults suffering from refractory epilepsy (patients who continue to h
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