Apogee Announces Formation of Medical Advisory Board.
NORWOOD, Mass. -- Apogee Technology, Inc. (AMEX AMEX
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ATA - Advanced Technology Attachment ), an emerging micro-electrical mechanical systems ("MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems) Tiny mechanical devices that are built onto semiconductor chips and are measured in micrometers. In the research labs since the 1980s, MEMS devices began to materialize as commercial products in the mid-1990s. ") and nanotechnology company that designs, develops and markets medical devices and sensors products, today announced the formation of a Medical Advisory Board and the appointment of its first three members.
Herbert Stein, Apogee's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, "We believe this esteemed board will provide the technical oversight to help us effectively transition our MEMS based transdermal delivery products from research, through development, clinical testing and product approval and release. Dr. Peter Carroll has been appointed chairman of the advisory board. He has a Ph.D. in immunology and is the founder of Medlen & Carroll, LLP LLP - Lower Layer Protocol , a biotechnology patent law firm. He is joined by Dr. Joachim Kohn, an expert in controlled drug delivery and the current Director of the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, and Dr. Sanford Simon, Professor of Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Pathology at Stony Brook University The State University of New York at Stony Brook (SUNYSB), also known as Stony Brook University (SBU) is a public research university located in Stony Brook, New York (on the north side of Long Island, about 55 miles east of Manhattan, New York). and who is involved in research programs related to cell biology and the development of vaccines and other therapeutics."
Dr. Peter G. Carroll, Esq. has approximately ten years of experience in basic scientific research (1977-1979 Sidney Farber Cancer Institute; 1979-1983 Tufts Sackler School of Graduate Studies; 1983-1984 Eunice Kennedy Schriver Center) as well as significant experience in commercial research and development (1984-1986 Travenol-Genentech Diagnostics, Inc.). He also has seven years of hands on medical laboratory experience (1980-1987 New England Medical Center). From 1991 to 1993, Dr. Carroll was Vice President of Commercial Development of a biotechnology startup, now known as Cerus Corporation, a company formed to address the commercial need for solutions to blood contamination. Dr. Carroll is the founder of his own biotechnology patent law firm, Medlen & Carroll, LLP, with offices in California, Massachusetts, New York, Texas New York is a hamlet in Henderson County, Texas, USA, about 11 miles east of Athens. Geography
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Dr. Joachim Kohn is a Board of Governors Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Orthopedics at the New Jersey Medical School. He currently serves as director of the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials. He is a fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE AIMBE American Institute For Medical and Biological Engineering ) and served as the secretary-treasurer of the Society for Biomaterials. He is the principal investigator of an NIH "Not invented here." See digispeak.
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Dr. Sanford R. Simon has over 40 years' of experience in biochemistry and cell biology as well as applied genetic research. He has been a Professor of Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Pathology at Stony Brook since 1997. He joined the faculty at Stony Brook as an Assistant Professor in 1969 and was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 1975. Dr. Simon was a member of the Board of Directors of The Collaborative Group from 1995 to 2004. From 1967 to 1969 Dr. Simon was a Guest Investigator at Rockefeller University. Dr. Simon received a B.A. in Zoology and Chemistry from Columbia University in 1963, a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Rockefeller University in 1967, and studied as a postdoctoral fellow with Nobel Prize Nobel Prize, award given for outstanding achievement in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, peace, or literature. The awards were established by the will of Alfred Nobel, who left a fund to provide annual prizes in the five areas listed above. winner Max Perutz in Cambridge, England. Dr. Simon's research efforts, which currently include development of vaccines and small molecule therapeutics for biodefense applications, have been funded over the past several years in part by grants from the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense. Dr. Simon is also the principal investigator on a project entitled "A Chimeric chi·mer·ic
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About Apogee Technology, Inc.
Apogee Technology designs, develops and markets proprietary sensor and medical device products using its MEMS and nanotechnology for the automotive, industrial, consumer and medical markets. The Company has introduced a family of pressures sensors, under the Sensilica(TM) brand and is currently developing a MEMS based medical device for enhanced transdermal drug delivery. Apogee has significant experience in bringing high-performance and high volume MEMS components to market quickly. Our objective is to provide value-added and cost-savings solutions for our customers, and in so doing, to become a global leader in the field. The Company operates a worldwide marketing and sales organization and has offices in the US and Japan. For more information please visit our web site at: http://www.apogeemems.com.
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