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Scancell, which develops immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer, has appointed Dr Sally Adams to its board of directors as development director – effective 1 May 2014. Dr Adams has worked as a consultant at Nottingham, UK-based Scancell since 2008. Previously, she was head of neurology and virology at British Biotech, and development director at Neures.
- Large Molecule
- Therapeutic Areas
- Immune Disorders
- Infectious & Viral Diseases
- Western Europe
- Parent & Subsidiaries
- Scancell Ltd.
- Senior Management
Cliff Holloway, PhD, CEO
Sally Adams, PhD, Dev. Dir.
Lindy Durrant, PhD, CSO
Keith Green, Dir., Fin. & Admin.
- Contact Info
Phone: (44) (0) 1865 338 069
John Eccles House/Robert Robinson Ave.
P.O. Box 6457 Oxford, OX4 4GP
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