Navigation Links
Mercury Therapeutics, Inc: Marquant Appointed to Advise on Strategic and Partnering Opportunities
Date:3/17/2008

WOBURN, Massachusetts, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Mercury Therapeutics, Inc. (MTI), a company that discovers and develops orally active protein kinase targeted drugs, announces that it has retained Marquant Partners LLC (http://www.marquantpartners.com) to advise on its strategic and partnering opportunities, with the aim of maximizing value for MTI's shareholders.

This appointment follows a significant amount of interest that MTI has attracted from both financial and pharmaceutical companies after its announcement in November 2007 that it had made significant progress in its small molecule AMPK activator development program. Marquant is a specialist life sciences corporate finance boutique focused on advising privately held, small cap and emerging companies on licensing transactions, M&A, divestments, corporate strategy and company formation. Marquant's founders and principals are:

Dr. Pamela Joy Barton has over 12 years experience working with companies in the life sciences sector across the full spectrum of transactions - M&A, divestments, corporate partnering/licensing (inward and outward), IPOs and financings. Prior to Marquant, Joy's positions included: Vice President, Business Development at Nabi Biopharmaceuticals; Vice President, Business Development at Sosei Co. Ltd; Commercial Director at Xenova Group Limited; member of the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products practice at Accenture; and various roles in the oncology therapeutic area with Novartis/Sandoz.

Dean Brown has over 14 years experience working as a transaction adviser to companies in the Life Sciences sector across the full spectrum of transactions - M&A, divestments, corporate partnering/licensing (inward and outward), and financings. Prior to Marquant, Dean spent almost 11 years as a partner with the Ferghana Partners Group, a boutique transaction advisory house operating in Europe and North America. During thi
'/>"/>

SOURCE Mercury Therapeutics Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. Mercury Therapeutics, Inc: Lead Series of Indirect AMPK Activators Licensed to Makoto Life Sciences
2. Systems Medicine (SM), a Subsidiary of Cell Therapeutics, Inc. (CTI), Announces Execution of CRADA with NCI/NIH to Develop Potential Cancer Treatments Targeting the Insulin Growth Factor (IGF) Pathway
3. Cell Therapeutics, Inc. Takes Corrective Actions in Response to Nasdaq Determination
4. ARYx Therapeutics, Inc. Files Registration Statement for Initial Public Offering
5. Nile Therapeutics, Inc. Adds to Executive Management Team
6. Cell Therapeutics, Inc. (CTI) Receives SPA Approval from FDA and Launches Gender-Specific Phase III Trial for Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
7. Founder of ILEX Oncology and Triton Biosciences, Richard Love, Joins Board of Directors of Cell Therapeutics, Inc. (CTI)
8. Cell Therapeutics, Inc. (CTI) Announces 2007 Annual Shareholders Meeting Results
9. Northwest Biotherapeutics, Inc. Announces Appointment of Chief Financial Officer
10. Nile Therapeutics, Inc. to Present at Upcoming BIO Investor Forum
11. Hyperion Therapeutics, Inc. Announces Senior Management Team and $15M Financing Event
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/19/2014)... LONDON , September 19, 2014 ... Spain , available today on PharmaBoardroom.com ... of the Eurozone crisis that rocked the Spanish economy in ... the Spanish pharma community has remained pragmatic in times of ... is still the fifth biggest European market, and the ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... Mass. (PRWEB) September 18, 2014 A ... of an MRI scanner is currently being tested as ... and Women's Hospital in Boston with the aim of ... images, can make prostate cancer biopsies faster, more accurate, ... novel system also has the potential to deliver prostate ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... , Sept. 18, 2014 Research and ... "Global and Chinese Stem Cell Industry Report, 2014-2017" ... are undifferentiated biological cells that can differentiate into specialized ... stem cells. Stem cell therapy can be applied to ... system disease), nervous system diseases, damage or lesion of ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... 18, 2014  U.S. biotech company Kultevat ... license for technology developed by the Donald Danforth ... plants, including for applications in production of natural rubber ... technology was developed under the direction of Roger ... former president of the Danforth Plant Science Center, and ...
Breaking Biology Technology:PharmaBoardroom Releases New Spain Pharmaceuticals Report 2PharmaBoardroom Releases New Spain Pharmaceuticals Report 3Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 2Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 3Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 4Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 5Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to Improve Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Biopsies 6Global and Chinese Stem Cell Industry Report, 2014-2017 2Global and Chinese Stem Cell Industry Report, 2014-2017 3Kultevat obtains license of gene switch technology 2
... a positive third,quarter, the biotech industry continued its upward climb ... the state of the economy,and interest rate jitters as the ... Index, for example, rose an impressive 6.1% in,October -- in ... ahead of the,DJIA which was unchanged. "Entering the final ...
... COLUMBIA, Md., Nov. 1 Martek Biosciences,Corporation (Nasdaq: ... in the United,States District Court in Wilmington, Delaware, ... a permanent injunction in Martek,s favor,against the defendants ... Lonza, Ltd., Nutrinova Inc. and Nutrinova Nutrition Specialties ...
... provide free home caregiving to disabled veterans, ... its,2007 We Care For Veterans campaign to honor ... qualified disabled veterans. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070521/LAM004ALOGO ) ... are,donating 20 hours each of free in-home care ...
Cached Biology Technology:Biotech Continues Upward Climb in October 2Biotech Continues Upward Climb in October 3Biotech Continues Upward Climb in October 4Martek to Obtain Permanent Injunction Against Lonza in U.S. Patent Infringement Suit; Jury Verdict on Infringement of Two of Three Patents Upheld by Judge 2Martek to Obtain Permanent Injunction Against Lonza in U.S. Patent Infringement Suit; Jury Verdict on Infringement of Two of Three Patents Upheld by Judge 3Homewatch CareGivers Launches 2007 We Care For Veterans Campaign 2
(Date:9/21/2014)... working at the University of California, San Diego, have ... marks that control the activity of genes based on ... results from its application to human embryonic cells in ... September 21. , "All of our cells have the ... functions," said John Whitaker, lead author of the report. ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... Call it the Jimmy Durante of dinosaurs ... nasal profile. The new dinosaur, named Rhinorex ... University and Brigham Young University, lived in what ... during the Late Cretaceous period. , Rhinorex, which ... and a close relative of other Cretaceous hadrosaurs ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... species which over thousands of years has adapted to the ... that makes the cold dangerous for you. , This is ... and the cold provoking substance, called nonylphenol, comes from the ... suspected of being a endocrine disruptor, but when entering the ... ability to protect the cells in its body from cold ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Program predicts placement of chemical tags that control gene activity 2New hadrosaur noses into spotlight 2Environmental pollutants make worms susceptible to cold 2Environmental pollutants make worms susceptible to cold 3
... Researchers have been unable to build an ideal photonic ... ultrafast optical computers. But now, University of Utah chemists ... with the ideal, diamond-like structure: They are found in ... Brazil. It appears that a simple creature like ...
... of the greatest zoological mysteries for over a century. ... puzzling crustaceans, despite the plethora of these larvae in ... what y- larvae grow up to be. A study ... reports the transformation of the larvae into a previously ...
... the Great Lakes have prompted the need to better ... collaborative project is aimed at improving information for beach ... close beaches to protect public health. This collaborative effort ... and other federal, state and local agencies. ...
Cached Biology News:The photonic beetle 2The photonic beetle 3The photonic beetle 4The photonic beetle 5Clue to mystery crustacean in parasite form 2To swim or not to swim? 2
... micro 1 is a dramatic breakthrough in accurate, ... with 10nL resolution, the micro 1 has unique ... And, the micro 1 never needs re-calibration as ... Screen programming on an LCD Display , Graphical ...
... B3 series of microscopes offer all of ... for laboratory work. Equipped with Koehler illumination, ... (ASC) objectives. The B3 is the workhorse ... binocular tube eliminates the need for re-focusing ...
... Dye Primer Manual Cycle Sequencing Kit is ... primers and high-resolution fluorescence scanners. Sequencing reactions ... slab gel electrophoresis and scanning of the ... The kit components have been optimized ...
Rabbit polyclonal to Esa1 ( Abpromise for all tested applications)....
Biology Products: