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Otonomy Appoints Gerald Wroblewski as Chief Operations Officer
Date:5/25/2011

future studies are being planned in Meniere's disease and other inner ear disorders.  OTO-201, the company's second product candidate, is a novel sustained release antibiotic being developed for the treatment of chronic otitis media.  OTO-201 clinical trials are expected to begin in 2011.  Additional product candidates are expected to target acute and chronic forms of hearing loss, balance disorders, and tinnitus.

For more information visit: www.otonomy.com.Contact:Vida Communication (On behalf of Otonomy)Stephanie Diaz (investors)

Tim Brons (media)415-675-7400

415-675-7400sdiaz@vidacommunication.com

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