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MacroGenics Appoints New Chief Commercial Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Date:5/6/2008

ROCKVILLE, Md., May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- MacroGenics Inc, a private biotechnology company focused on the development of products to treat autoimmune disorders, cancers, and infectious diseases, today announced the appointments of Dr. Jean-Christophe Tellier as Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer and Mr. James Karrels as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. "We are very fortunate to attract two exceptionally talented professionals to the executive management team at MacroGenics," said Dr. Scott Koenig, President and CEO. "Both Jean-Christophe and Jim exhibit personal qualities and experiences that are among the best in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry, and they will complement the skills of our already extraordinary management group, as we position our company for growth and advance our pipeline towards commercialization."

Dr. Tellier joins MacroGenics after a distinguished 20 year career in commercial development at Novartis. Since February 2007, he served as Chairman and CEO of Novartis Pharma France and Novartis Group France. The Group comprises 2,800 employees with sales at Novartis Pharma France of about 1 billion, including marketed brand name products in cardiovascular, oncology, neurosciences, respiratory, dermatology, transplant/immunology, infectious diseases, and ophthalmology. Prior to this, Dr. Tellier was Head of the Global Business Franchise for Arthritis, Bone, and Muscle Disease headquartered in Basel. From January 2003 through September 2006, Dr. Tellier served as CEO of Novartis Pharma Belgium and Country President where he was responsible for all business units and support services and coordination of all product sectors including OTC, generics, and Ciba Vision. During this tenure, he became President of the Board of the Belgian Pharma Trade association (Pharma.be), the first non-Belgium citizen to be elected to this position. Dr. Tellier received his MD from the University of Reims Champagne- Arden
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