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SemBioSys Appoints President of US and International Operations and Announces the Appointments of Three Vice Presidents
Date:7/21/2010

he to Vice President of Research and Development and Dr. Harm Deckers to Vice President of Operations and Legal Affairs, both have made significant contributions to SemBioSys' intellectual property portfolio for over 15 years.

"Rick and Karen are key additions to SemBioSys' senior management team. They bring tremendous experience in successful deal making and first hand knowledge of big pharma drug development and commercialization, which has immediate benefits to our partnering efforts. Both have hit the ground running and are actively involved in working with myself and the rest of the organization on a number of corporate mandates, including partnering our insulin and Apo AI(Milano) programs. To this end, we are making excellent progress and look forward to success," stated James Szarko, President and CEO of SemBioSys. "With respect to partnering insulin, in China interest in the program and our technology platform has expanded to include a range Chinese companies with experience in plant biotech and with significant distribution capabilities. We plan to maintain control of our technology and be very active on the ground there shortly. I expect 2010 to be a watershed year."

Ms. Boodram was previously a Life Sciences Analyst for nine years with PI, Financial Corp. in Vancouver. There, she covered leading edge biotechnology and medical device companies in Canada, such as Sembiosys. Prior to PI Financial Corp. Ms. Boodram held several senior management positions over the span of a decade, with Ciba-Geigy now Novartis, in the pharmaceutical industry. Prior to their appointments to Vice Presidents, Dr. Boothe and Dr. Deckers were Director of Biochemistry, Director of Intellectual Property, respectively.


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