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Date:10/20/2008

the newly created position of vice president, clinical and development programs where his primary responsibility is the leadership and co-ordination of development activities within the NDA/MAA/NDS submission team for maribavir, ViroPharma's anti-cytomegalovirus compound. He has 17 years of industry and academic experience in the area of infectious diseases and antimicrobials clinical research. Prior to joining ViroPharma in 2005, Dr. Gelone was the director of the medical science liaison team and led publications strategy for Vicuron Pharmaceuticals. From 2001 to 2002, he was director of clinical pharmacology and discovery medicine in antimicrobial drug discovery for GlaxoSmithKline. Dr. Gelone has held numerous academic appointments at Temple University, including director of clinical research, director of residency and fellowship programs (School of Pharmacy), adjunct associate professor in the division of infectious diseases, senior research fellow and steering committee member for the General Clinical Research Center (School of Medicine). He is currently an associate professor of community medicine and preventive health at Drexel University College of Medicine, and associate professor of pharmacy with tenure at the Temple University School of Pharmacy. Dr. Gelone holds both a Bachelors of Science in Pharmacy and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Temple University School of Pharmacy.

Glenn S. Tillotson, Ph.D., FRSM, FCCP, has joined ViroPharma as head of medical affairs where he will be responsible to lead the medical affairs team providing medical leadership to disease-specific strategy to support optimal positioning of marketed and development products. Prior to joining ViroPharma, Dr. Tillotson was most recently Executive Director of Scientific Affairs at Replidyne. Dr. Tillotson brings to ViroPharma over 20 years pharmaceutical industry experience in numerous areas including clinical research, marketing, scientific communications, strategic develo
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