InNexus Appoints Head of Research
News Nov 21, 2005
InNexus Biotechnology, Inc. has announced the appointment of Dr. Heinz Kohler to Vice-President of Research.
He will assume this role immediately and is the original inventor of SuperAntibody™ Technology. Dr. Kohler has been the Company's Acting Head of Research and Development.
Dr. Kohler was instrumental in the start-up phase of IDEC Pharmaceuticals, as the Director of Research and holds both an MD and Ph.D. degree.
He is world renowned in the development of monoclonal antibodies and has authored and contributed to over 200 peer-reviewed publications and is listed as Inventor on numerous inventions and patents.
Dr. Kohler has previously held the roles of Professor at the University of Chicago, the University of SUNY at Buffalo, the University of California San Diego and Director of Molecular Immunology at the Roswell Park Cancer Center.
He also helped to found Immpheron Inc. of Lexington, Kentucky, which currently manages InNexus' Coldstream Research Laboratory.
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