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Peregrine Pharmaceuticals Appoints Former Genentech Senior Executive Dr. Robert Garnick as Head of Regulatory Affairs
Date:10/19/2009

nentech in 1984 and after a series of promotions, he became vice president of quality in 1994 and was later promoted to senior vice president of regulatory, quality and compliance in 2001. In this role, Dr. Garnick was responsible for all the regulated aspects of Genentech's business including drug development, commercial production and promotional and labeling compliance. After leaving Genentech in 2008, Dr. Garnick founded Lone Mountain Biotechnology and Medical Devices Inc., a successful company specializing in drug and device consulting where he remains as president and CEO.

"Peregrine's bavituximab and Cotara products represent the kind of innovation that made my drug development work so exciting and fulfilling at Genentech," said Dr. Garnick. "Peregrine's PS-targeting antibodies such as bavituximab represent an entirely new mechanism that has already shown considerable promise for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases, while Cotara has shown promising survival benefits in patients suffering from the worst form of brain cancer. I welcome the opportunity to work with the Peregrine team to help advance these promising candidates through the clinical and regulatory process."

Dr. Garnick has also been extensively involved with the International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH), a project that brings together regulatory authorities and pharmaceutical industry experts from Europe, Japan and the U.S. to discuss scientific and technical aspects of product registration from a global perspective. He has extensive experience in analytical methodology, process validation, and the regulatory review process in the U.S. and Europe. Dr. Garnick has authored numerous scientific papers and is a frequent keynote speaker at pharmaceutical Industry conferences and events.

Joseph Shan, vice president of clinical and regulatory affairs at Peregrine added, "Rob
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