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PharmAthene Strengthens Scientific Leadership and Program Management for Future Growth
Date:1/10/2011

ANNAPOLIS, Md., Jan. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- PharmAthene, Inc. (NYSE Amex: PIP) announced today that it has strengthened its research and development and program management functions with the addition of several new leadership appointments.  Namely, Ms. Susan Linna has been appointed Vice President of Program Management; Dr. Kevin Connolly has joined the organization as Senior Program Director for rPA-based anthrax vaccines; and Dr. Kimberly Taylor has joined the organization as Senior Program Director for Valortim®.  In addition, Dr. Thomas Fuerst, who joined the Company in April 2010, has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer.

"We are delighted to welcome these experienced and accomplished individuals to the PharmAthene leadership team," remarked Eric I. Richman, President and Chief Executive Officer.  "Collectively, Drs. Fuerst, Connolly and Taylor and Ms. Linna bring a wealth of experience in biopharmaceutical and vaccine development, which will optimally position us to expand our capabilities in biodefense and infectious diseases and drive the future growth of the organization."

Mr. Richman continued, "In addition, Dr. Fuerst's leadership and expertise in biodefense and Ms. Linna's extensive program management experience have enabled us to strengthen the scientific leadership of our biodefense programs and streamline our organizational structure to work more effectively with our government partners.  PharmAthene remains committed to improving our national security by developing 21st century medical countermeasures for anthrax and other biochemical threats, and we're very pleased to welcome these exceptional individuals to our team."  

Prior to joining PharmAthene in April 2010, Dr. Fuerst served as Director, Vaccines and Biologics (2004-2007), and Senior Science and Technolog
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