Gerard Hoehn, Ph.D.
Medical Science Liaison-Oncology, Professional Affairs Medical Affairs Teva Pharmaceuticals
North America Branded Pharmaceuticals
Dr. Hoehn provides scientific expertise and support for oncology business development opportunities within the Teva Neuroscience organization and is the scientific lead within Medical Affairs on all emerging oncology products, including StemEx®.
Prior to joining Teva, Dr. Hoehn served as the Director of Clinical Proteomics Applications at National Institutes of Health Clinical Center Critical Care Medicine Department and as Senior Field Scientist/Technical Applications Manager, Mid-Atlantic Region for Ciphergen Biosystems, Inc.
About the The ExCell Trial:
ExCell is a clinical trial studying StemEx® as an alternative transplantation option for adolescents and adults with leukemia, lymphoma and other high risk hematological malignancies, who are unable to find a matched, related bone marrow donor.
The study is sponsored by the Gamida Cell/Teva Joint Venture headquartered in Israel.
For additional information, click here.
Please plan to attend and learn about cell therapy/cord blood transplantation, and how the ExCell trial is enrolling patients for a FDA pivotal study for patients with leukemia and lymphoma at clinical sites worldwide including Chicago and Illinois.
Who Should Attend:
Hospitals and medical centers
Entrepreneurs, innovators, technologists
Professional service providers
Thought leaders from academia and from Non-Government Organizations
Senior political leaders and policy makers
Anyone with an interest in biotech and Israeli technology
The America-Israel Chamber of Commerce Chicago's Life Sciences Practice Group is a forum that carries out life science programming, enhances our community's position in Israel, and drives U.S.-Israel life science connections.
AICC Life Sciences Practice Group Co-Chairs
Michael S. Rosen
Forest City Science + Technology Group (Illinois Science + Technology Park)
David L. Gulley, Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Chicago
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