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[QUOTE]Originally posted by moogoo gaipan: [QB] Forbes.com profile of Dr. Krishna Menon, CSO: Krishna Menon President, Chief Scientific Officer and Director Cellceutix Corporation Beverly , MA Sector: HEALTHCARE / Biotechnology Officer since December 2007 61 Years Old Krishna Menon RCM, PhD, VMD served as President of Cellceutix Pharma since inception in June 2007. Following the acquisition, he was appointed President and a director. Dr. Menon, simultaneously therewith, also serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Kard Scientific, Inc. Dr. Menon is also the inventor of Kevetrin, our lead compound. Since June 2005, Dr. Menon is also the Chief Regulatory Officer (a non- executive officer position) at Nanoviricides, Inc. Dr. Menon has more than 35 years in drug development for academia and industry. Originally trained as a veterinary surgeon, Menon began his career as Chief Government Veterinarian for a major Parish in Jamaica. He segued to a three-year stint as Director of Agriculture for the Cayman Islands, in the British Caribbean and, in 1982, moved to the Dana Farber Cancer Research Institute, where he worked under the direction of Nobel Laureate Dr. Tom Frye. Two years later, he earned his PhD in Pharmacology from Harvard University. Menon's PhD work focused on anti-folate therapy of various cancers. Menon was Research Scientist at Dana Farber from 1985 to 1990 and Senior Research Scientist, In Vivo Research (Cancer), at Bayer Pharmaceuticals (Miles Laboratories) from 1991 to 1993. After a year operating his own veterinary oncology and drug development consultancy practice, Menon was tapped Group Leader, Cancer In Vivo Research and Clinical Development, for Eli Lilly (1995-2001), where he played a key role in lead selection and pre-clinical development of Gemzar and Alimta which in 2006 had over 2.1 billion dollars ($2,100,000,000) in sales, and co-developed another seven compounds currently in late-stage clinical development. In 1999, Lilly honored Menon as "Employee of the Year." Lilly's is one of the few "Employee of the Year" awards not bestowed annually but, rather, on only special occasions. . [/QB][/QUOTE]
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