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Willa A. Hsueh, M.D., Joins Bionovo's Scientific Advisory Board
Date:12/15/2008

EMERYVILLE, Calif., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bionovo, Inc. (Nasdaq: BNVI) announced today the appointment of Willa Hsueh, M.D., to the company's Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Hsueh has extensive experience in the design and conduct of clinical trials, basic science research and in pharmaceutical drug development.

"We are very excited to have Dr. Hsueh on the scientific advisory board as we are advancing our discovery platforms," said Isaac Cohen, O.M.D., Bionovo's Chairman and CEO. "Dr. Hsueh is currently the Director of the Diabetes Research Center at The Methodist Hospital Research Institute and Chief of the Division of Diabetes, Obesity and Lipids in the Department of Medicine at The Methodist Hospital (TMHRI), Houston, Texas. Dr. Hsueh's research has led to a number of important scientific discoveries. She was the first to elucidate the relationship between nuclear receptor regulation in obesity and diabetes and their relationship to heart disease. This scientific advancement is especially critical for menopausal women and Dr. Hsueh's research ties into Bionovo's current drug discovery platform as well as our future platform development of drugs for obesity. In addition, Dr. Hsueh's deep relationships in both industry and academia will help Bionovo with our partnership discussions and scientific collaborations."

Dr. Hsueh adds, "I am looking forward to working with Bionovo's exceptional team on their very exciting nuclear receptor discovery platform. The scientific group that has been assembled to collaborate with Bionovo is unmatched in the industry. I believe the very promising pipeline of Bionovo drug candidates will provide new and improved therapies for women."

Dr. Hsueh and her team were the first to identify a potentially protective role for the activation of nuclear receptors of the
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