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Caliper Life Sciences Reports First Quarter 2011 Results
Date:5/2/2011

CR).  At this session, presenters from Novartis and Stanford described the impact of Caliper's tissue and in vivo molecular imaging systems on translational medicine and personalized cancer treatment, and presenters from Caliper described how Caliper's disruptive technologies enable personalized medicine and oncology research.
Approximately 250 oncology researchers attended this well-received session.
  • Caliper completed Phase IIb primary screening under CDAS' EPA ToxCast contract and was awarded $3.1 million of new EPA task orders to fund the next stages of ToxCast work.   The Phase I ToxCast results and initial conclusions regarding toxicology correlations were published in the scientific journal Toxicology in March 2011.  ToxCast data and resulting predictive models are being used by Caliper to identify possible safety liabilities of environmental chemicals, cosmetic ingredients, and/or pharmaceuticals, and to identify biomarkers for potential rescue of drug candidates through personalized medicine approaches.
  • Caliper formed a research collaboration with Denver-based Catholic Health Initiatives to provide Caliper with access to human tumor samples to develop improved methods for evaluating and predicting the efficacy of new cancer drugs and for providing enhanced solutions for personalized medicine and patient stratification in oncology.  
  • Kevin Hrusovsky, Caliper President and CEO, was an invited speaker and panel participant at the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council's annual conference on the topic of "Translational Medicine – Genomics, Clinical Implementation, Pharmaco-Kinetics, and Prospective Healthcare" on March 21st.  His talk highlighted the role of technology companies working with research hospitals, pharma and academia in being able to accelerate personalized medicine.  The panel included thought leaders from Pfizer, Mass General Hospital, The Spinal Muscular Atrophy Foundation and Co
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