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Inovio Pharmaceuticals Adds Two Medical Innovators to Its Scientific Advisory Board
Date:9/6/2011

ng cellular and molecular approaches to manipulate cellular immunity to treat human viral and malignant diseases. His current research includes studies in transgenic mice to elucidate the requirements for inducing therapeutically effective T-cell responses to self-proteins that are overexpressed in tumors, development of genetically-modified mice to better model human immune responses to facilitate the development of vaccines for HIV and cancer, genetic modification of T cells to improve efficacy in adoptive therapy, and clinical trials for the treatment of leukemia with adoptive T-cell therapy.

Dr. Edgington said, "Inovio's DNA vaccine technology has displayed in humans the ability to induce immune responses, including T cell responses that are vital to therapeutic vaccines, which are equivalent to live virus vaccines and superior to other non-live vaccine platforms. I believe this next-generation technology has the potential to provide profound medical benefits, and I am pleased to help guide Inovio's scientific team as it continues to target difficult diseases and advance new preventive and therapeutic vaccines."

Dr. J. Joseph Kim, Inovio's president and CEO, said, "Conventional vaccines brought revolutionary benefits to modern medicine and we believe that Inovio's synthetic vaccine technology can provide similar benefits to society by addressing many cancers and difficult infectious diseases. Drs. Edgington and Greenberg share our vision and we are honored to have these two renowned medical research leaders join us in this important endeavor."

These researchers join other distinguished thought leaders on Inovio's advisory board:

Dr. David B. Weiner, Chairman, Scientific Advisory Board, Inovio Pharmaceuticals and Professor, Dept. of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, is a world-renowned leader in immunology as well as gene vaccines and therapy.  He is often recognized as the "Father of DNA Vac
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