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Soligenix Announces Formation of Oral Mucositis Medical Advisory Board
Date:2/4/2013

oral mucositis program marks the first step in the development of our IDR technology platform.  We look forward to working with the MAB and initiating a clinical program in 2013."

The MAB Members

Stephen T. Sonis , DMD, DMSc 

Dr. Sonis currently serves as Clinical Professor of Oral Medicine at Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Senior Surgeon and Chief, Divisions of Oral Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and as Chief Scientific Officer, Biomodels, LLC.  He also serves as a consultant to a number of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, advising directly on the conduct of clinical trials of oral mucositis.  Throughout his career, Dr. Sonis has focused on the biology and clinical significance of cancer regimen-related mucosal toxicities.  In particular, Dr. Sonis was pivotal in identifying the crucial role of innate immunity in the generation of severe oral mucositis. The results of his studies have provided treatment targets for biological and pharmaceutical development. Dr. Sonis and his collaborators have identified specific pathways that are critical in toxicity development and have used these to form the basis for models of gene-based risk prediction. Dr. Sonis has published and lectured extensively on the clinical, biological, and health economic aspects of cancer and complications associated with its treatment. He serves on a number of editorial boards, and is a founding member of the International Society of Oral Oncology and the International Academy of Oral Oncology. Dr. Sonis received his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) from Tufts University, his Doctor of Medical Science (DMSc) from Harvard University and was a Knox Fellow at Oxford University.

Dorothy Keefe , MD, FRACP, FRCP

Professor Keefe is Service Director, SA Cancer Services, Professor
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