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

elgium). He received both his doctoral degree, in biochemistry, and Bachelor of Science degree, in biology, from Facultés Universitaires de la Paix (Namur, Belgium). Bille also was a visiting scientist at the Université Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris VII-Jussieu (Paris, France) in the biological organic chemistry laboratory. There, he worked under Andrée Marquet, Ph.D., in the group of renowned peptide chemist Solange Lavielle, Ph.D.

Tomi Sawyer, Ph.D.
Sawyer is chief scientific officer of Aileron Therapeutics (Cambridge, Mass.), a biopharmaceutical company that is developing stabled peptides, a new class of drugs. Previously, he served as senior director of the Pfizer Research Technology Center (Cambridge) and Pfizer's global chemistry leadership team. Sawyer also has held management and scientific positions in research and development at ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Cambridge), Parke-Davis/Warner-Lambert Company (Ann Arbor, Mich.), and The Upjohn Company (Kalamazoo, Mich.).

Sawyer is the recipient of the Vincent du Vigneaud Award for outstanding achievements in peptide research, the inventor of more than 60 issued or filed scientific patents, an author of more than 200 books, reviews, commentaries and research articles, and the founding editor-in-chief of Chemical Biology & Drug Design. He also is a former president of the American Peptide Society. Sawyer received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, with honors, from Moorhead State University (now Minnesota State University in Moorhead, Minn.), and a doctoral degree in organic chemistry, with distinction, from the University of Arizona, working under Victor Hruby, Ph.D.

Ved Srivastava, PhD.
Srivastava is the associate director of discovery research for Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (San Diego), where he leads the peptide chemistry core team with a focus in discovery, synthesis and development of novel peptide hormones for diabetes, obesity and neuro
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