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OncoSec Announces Leadership Team Appointments
Date:5/11/2011

hWorks and Senior Vice President at Jovian Capital in Toronto. Previous to Jovian, Cross had lead operational responsibilities as COO of a public oncology company, Viventia Biotech, where he helped bring an anti-cancer antibody product into worldwide pivotal clinical trials.

Caryn Peterson, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs

Caryn Peterson brings to OncoSec more than 30 years of pharmaceutical industry experience in research and development, operations, and regulatory affairs. Prior to joining OncoSec, she led worldwide regulatory affairs for Syndax, a late-stage oncology company.  Peterson also managed regulatory affairs at Ascenta Therapeutics and FeRx Inc., both oncology focused companies. She also worked in regulatory affairs at Amylin Pharmaceuticals, with a focus on first-in-class diabetes therapies. She is a founder and general partner of DSC-Associates, a pharmaceutical consulting group specializing in providing preclinical and clinical strategies to streamline product development. Ms. Peterson has authored several research publications and been a co-inventor on multiple patents.

Veronica Vallejo, CPA, Controller and Principal Financial Officer

Veronica Vallejo will serve as Controller and Principal Financial Officer.  She has extensive experience in public accounting, most recently as a Senior Manager with Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C., a nationwide accounting firm. Ms. Vallejo has extensive experience in public company operations and all finance and accounting functions, including SEC reporting, compliance and internal controls.  

These three leaders join Mr. Dhillon, co-founder, President and CEO, who has over 12 years of senior management experience in the biotech industry. He was recently VP Finance & Operations at Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc., where he played a pivotal role in raising over $125 million in funding. His operating and corporate finance experience includes product development
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