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Date:1/10/2011

gement responsibilities for developing vaccines from late discovery through licensure.  Previously, Ms. Linna was the Vice President of Project Management at Emergent Biosolutions, where she was responsible for unifying multiple, local project management functions under one project management office, and standardizing the practices, processes, roles and responsibilities of project managers and project leaders. Previously, she served as Director of Project Management at Human Genome Sciences and prior thereto was employed at Merck, most recently as Associate Director of Project Planning and Management with experience taking product candidates from early development to licensure.  Ms. Linna holds a B.S. in Biology/Chemistry; a M.A. in Biology, and a M.S. in biostatistics from Western Michigan University.

Dr. Kevin Connolly, who was recently appointed to the position of Senior Program Director for rPA-based anthrax vaccines, began his career in the biopharmaceutical industry in 1982, and brings vast experience in the development of both small molecule and genomics-based drugs, as well as vaccine development with a focus in anthrax, influenza, RSV and VZV.  Dr. Connolly joined PharmAthene from Novavax Inc, where he was the Director of Product Development and Preclinical Project Leader for RSV and VZV vaccine development, as well as seasonal and pandemic influenza vaccine.  Prior to this, Dr. Connolly worked for Emergent Biosolutions as Director of Product Development, where he served as a Project Leader for the next generation anthrax vaccine (rPA) and adjuvanted AVA (Anthrax Vaccine Absorbed) programs.   Previously, he was Senior Scientist in the Department of Pharmacology and a Project Manager at Human Genome Sciences.  In addition, he spent eight years with Glaxo Inc., as a Research Investigator.  Dr. Connolly holds a B.A. in Natural Science from Johns Hopkins University and a M.S. in Biology from Virginia Tech.  He
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