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iZumi Bio Appoints Dr. Berta Strulovici as Chief Technology Officer and Dr. Dushyant Pathak as Vice President of Business Development
Date:5/6/2009

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- iZumi Bio, Inc., a biotechnology company focused on the industrialization of induced pluripotent stem cell (iPS) technology with the mission of creating new therapeutics through cellular reprogramming and directed differentiation of patient cells, today announced the appointments of Berta Strulovici, Ph.D., as chief technology officer (CTO) and Dushyant Pathak, Ph.D., as vice president of Business Development.

"The appointments of Drs. Strulovici and Pathak at iZumi are a critical part of our ability to execute on our business strategy as we continue to expand our management team. Berta's deep drug discovery expertise across a wide range of therapeutic areas and technologies, including stem cell technology, will accelerate iZumi's goal of making drug discovery and development faster, more efficient and informed," said John P. Walker, chief executive officer of iZumi. "Dushyant's proven track record in creating alliances with both pharmaceutical partners and research institutions will be instrumental to iZumi's partnering and commercial strategies."

Prior to joining iZumi, Dr. Strulovici served as vice president, Basic Research at Merck Research Laboratories and head of Automated Biology at Merck & Co. At Merck, she was responsible for molecular target identification and led the worldwide development and execution of the early discovery pipeline across all therapeutic areas. Prior to joining Merck in 1996, she held positions at Tularik, Inc. and Syntex Research. Dr. Strulovici received her Ph.D. from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, and conducted her work as a postdoctoral fellow at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Duke University Medical Center.

Dr. Pathak joins iZumi from Cellexicon, Inc., where he served as president and chief business officer. He previously held senior management positions at Renovis, Inc., Centaur Pharma
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