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List of Key Midwest Biotech Women Grows

CHICAGO Like the sucessful blues women Bonnie Raitt and Susan Tedeschi, one key differentiating factor in Midwest biotech is the growing presence of a cadre of talented women executives. I identified an initial group in my April 7 column. Since then, I have noticed even more women who make up the fabric of our biotech community.

1)Kathryn Hyer, director of life sciences, Stratatech
Stratatech is the Madison, Wis.-based biotech c......

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Pascarelli also held numerous leadership positions at Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals where she began her career as an R&D scientist. She received her B.S. in pharmacy from the Rutgers University College of Pharmacy in New Jersey and earned her M.B.A. in computer information systems from Pace University in New York.

7)Alice Martin, partner i......

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Prior to founding Athena, Heller provided consulting services to the pharmaceutical industry and researched multiple facets of drug development including design and interpretation of clinical studies, adverse events, medication-compliance issues and competitive product analysis.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 11/04/03


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