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Elcelyx Therapeutics Names Mark Wiggins Senior Vice President of Business Development, Ginger Graham to Board of Directors
Date:8/13/2012

to his time with Biogen Idec, Wiggins held a number of senior positions in marketing and business development for Hybridon, Schering-Plough, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer. He received his B.S. degree in finance from Syracuse University and an MBA from the University of Arizona.

Graham serves as an independent Director at Elcelyx and lends her extensive expertise in both the pharmaceutical and consumer health industries. Graham teaches entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School and consults to first-time CEOs in leadership, strategy, board effectiveness and organization-building. She is the former President and Chief Executive Officer of Amylin Pharmaceuticals, a biopharmaceutical company focused on diabetes and obesity, where she helped with the launch of two first-in-class diabetes medicines. Previously, she was Group Chairman, Office of the President at Guidant Corporation, a leading cardiovascular medical device manufacturer. Graham serves on the Boards of Directors for Walgreen Co., Genomic Health, Proteus Digital Health, Surefire Medical and the American Diabetes Association Research Foundation. She is a member of the Harvard Business School Health Industry Alumni Advisory Board, The University of Arkansas Chancellor's Board of Advisors, the University of Colorado Biosciences Advisory Board and the Advisory Board for the Kellogg Center for Executive Women. Graham received a B.S. from the University of Arkansas and an MBA with distinction from Harvard University.

About Elcelyx Therapeutics

Elcelyx Therapeutics is developing ultra-safe products for weight management and obesity-related metabolic disorders based on the science of nutrient sensing. Elcelyx' first-in-class Gut Sensory Modulators are delivered directly to the gut where they intensify the body's natural food-driven signals that trigger a sense of fullness and facilitate glucose
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