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Tunnell Consulting Expands Biotechnology Expertise
Date:3/4/2008

Dr. Siddharth Advant Appointed Head of West Coast Office

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing its leadership as an advisor to the life and bioscience industries, Tunnell Consulting announced that it has appointed Siddharth Advant, Ph.D., as head of its West Coast office, located in San Diego, California. Dr. Advant brings more than a decade of process development, technology transfer, manufacturing, regulatory and business experience to Tunnell's West Coast operations, which was established in 2006 to service the unique needs of the area's fast growing biotech industry.

"Sid Advant's tremendous experience in biotechnology and biologics is a perfect fit for the type of services we offer to leading companies," said Conrad Heilman, Ph.D., Tunnell's Senior Vice President and Life Sciences Strategy Leader. "Having participated in the development of more than two dozen therapeutic proteins, Dr. Advant's knowledge of the intricacies, challenges and opportunities in commercializing multiple protein expression systems will help deliver extraordinary results for our clients."

Recognized as one of Inc. Magazine's fastest growing privately held companies in 2007, the King of Prussia-based company has a significant history of assisting leading life science companies in the United States and Europe. Tunnell provides companies with technical and developmental services to optimize manufacturing, compliance, risk mitigation, cost reduction and clinical and regulatory strategies. The San Diego staff works with Tunnell's King of Prussia, Washington, D.C., and San Juan offices to service clients' operations across multiple product lines and locations.

"I'm delighted to join an accomplished firm such as Tunnell, which has built a team of highly experienced senior executives whose collective expertise and success in biotech processes offers an unparalleled resource for companies of all sizes across the U.S., as well as internat
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