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Deborah Morosini, MD Pathologist and Patient Advocate Signs on as Medical Director and Advisory Board Member of Store-A-Tooth™ Dental Stem Cell Banking
Date:2/5/2013

speaking engagements to community groups and physicians.

"We are thrilled to have on our team someone with Dr. Morosini’s experience, influence, and commitment to the advancements of technologies that strongly impact patient care,” said Provia Labs CEO Howard Greenman. “Dr. Morosini joining Provia Labs is continued validation of our technology and mission to advance the use of stem cell technology."

Peter Verlander, PhD and chief scientific officer of Provia Labs added, “Dr. Morosini is a wonderful addition to the Provia team, bringing not only her strong professional background, but her energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to patient advocacy. As medical director, Dr. Morosini will help ensure that Provia's policies and procedures continue to conform to the highest standards.”

Morosini joins Store-A-Tooth following her position with AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals working in the area of research and development of cancer drugs and strategies. Additionally she has contributed to the development of a data element taxonomy (DET) of disease models for use by genomic researchers as part of the federal government’s National Institute of Standards and Technology Program. Complementing her extensive work in science and medicine, Dr. Morosini is a devoted advocate, spokesperson and philanthropist for the lung cancer community.

About Provia Laboratories, LLC
Provia Laboratories, LLC (http://www.provialabs.com) is a health services company specializing in high quality stem cell biobanking (the collection, transport, processing, and cryogenic storage of biological specimens). Its dental stem cell banking service, Store-A-ToothTM, gives parents the option to store stem cells today to protect their children’s health tomorrow. Store-A-Tooth preserves stem cells from baby and wisdom teeth that would otherwise be discarded, so parents can be prepared for advance
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