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New England Peptide Forms Scientific Advisory Board
Date:10/28/2008

Peptide manufacturer appoints globally renowned scientists

Gardner, Mass. (PRWEB) October 28, 2008 -- New England Peptide, LLC (NEP), has named three internationally renowned specialists to its newly formed scientific advisory board.

Vincent Bille, Tomi Sawyer and Ved Srivastava will join the board, created to formalize NEP's network of thought leaders in peptide chemistry. The group will assist in formulating synthesis strategies on challenging projects, and further the company's scientific strategy and product development efforts, according to Dave Robinson, CEO.

"Collaboration with these experts through the board will continue to enhance NEP's ability to efficiently synthesize peptides," says Robinson, noting the company's established reputation in synthesizing difficult peptides. The formation of the scientific advisory board links directly to NEP's mission to serve as an extension of customers' research organizations, adds Robinson. "By choosing to work with NEP, customers will gain access to a network of the world's leading peptide chemists."

Vincent Bille, Ph.D.
Bille is founder and principal of Brussels-based Marble Pharma Consulting (MPC), serving companies in the bio-pharmaceutical industry with primary or secondary process development and manufacturing, supply chain set-up and program management. Prior to founding MPC, Bille's 20 years of operational and general management experience focused on synthetic peptide active pharmaceutical ingredients and parenteral drug products.

He served as director of North American commercial operations and U.S. general manager for UCB Bioproducts (Brussels, Cambridge, Mass. and Augusta, Ga.), and as head of project management with Lonza Braine SA (Braine, Belgium).

Bille holds a Master of Administration and Management degree from Université Catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve, B
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