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RiversEdge BioVentures LLC to Provide Advisory and Investment Services in Life Sciences
Date:9/10/2009

The formation of RiversEdge BioVentures LLC is announced today by Principal and Founder, David A. Dodd.

Beaufort, SC (Vocus) - The formation of RiversEdge BioVentures LLC is announced today by Principal and Founder, David A. Dodd.

Prior to forming RiversEdge BioVentures LLC, Mr. Dodd achieved a highly distinguished career, serving in executive positions in several major pharmaceutical and life sciences companies.

Recently, Mr. Dodd served as President, CEO and Chairman of BioReliance Corporation, as an equity partner with Avista Capital Partners in establishing that organization as a stand-alone company following its purchase from Invitrogen Corporation (now, Life Technology, Inc.).

In addition, Mr. Dodd served as the non-executive Chairman of Stem Cell Sciences Plc. (LSE:AIM STEM; ASX: STC), leading a strategic transformation and eventual sale of that company to Stem Cells Inc. in April, 2009. Mr. Dodd also served on the Board of Stheno Corporation, a private life sciences technology company.

From June 2000 to July 2006, Mr. Dodd served as President, CEO and Director of Serologicals Corporation (NASDAQ: SERO), until the sale of Serologicals to Millipore Corporation (NYSE: MIL) in July, 2006.

From August 1995 until June 2000, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and as a member of the Management Board for the Pharmaceutical Sector for Solvay S.A. Mr. Dodd also served as Chairman of the Board of Unimed Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a subsidiary of Solvay Pharmaceuticals. Prior to joining Solvay, he served in a number of management and executive positions with major life science corporations, including Wyeth, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Abbott Laboratories.

Mr. Dodd holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from Georgia State University and completed the Harvard Business School Advanced Management
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