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James Rothman Named Chief Scientific Advisor at VR Laboratories
Date:11/8/2011

BONITA SPRINGS, Fla., Nov. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- VR Laboratories LLC today announced the appointment of James Rothman, Ph.D. as chief scientific advisor.  Rothman will head scientific research and development for VR Laboratories, which will manufacture and bring to market world-class botanical consumer, medicinal food and beverage, and pharmaceutical products to foreign and domestic markets. In addition to assisting in product development, Rothman will provide guidance on research and clinical processes, including biological assays and clinical study protocols.

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"Dr. Rothman is one of the world's most distinguished and accomplished biochemists and cell biologists," says Robert Gow, chairman and founder of HerbalScience, which licensed its proprietary technology platform to VR Laboratories. "His experience in scientific research and in the biomedical industry is unparalleled and will help us bring groundbreaking new products to market."

"Seeing the work in the lab transformed into products that will benefit people in their daily lives is very gratifying, and I am very pleased to be a part of that effort at VR Laboratories," says Rothman. "The prospect of working with this new technology and applying scientific knowledge to providing natural solutions is a wonderful opportunity."

Since 2008, Rothman has held the Wallace Professor of the Biomedical Sciences at Yale and served as the Chairman of the Department of Cell Biology of the Yale School of Medicine.

He received his Ph.D. degree in biological chemistry from Harvard Medical School in 1976. He also attended Harvard Medical School and completed a fellowship in the Department of Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Rothman has served as a professor at Stanford University, Princeton University, Yale University and Col
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