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OsoBio Names Lab Director

June 25, 2013

Larese brings 10 years of management experience

Kathleen Larese has been appointed director of laboratories at OsoBio, responsible for environmental monitoring, analytical method development, and testing all incoming raw materials, components, and in-process and finished products for cGMP sterile manufacturing operations.

Ms. Larese has more more than 10 years of lab operations management experience overseeing regulatory compliance, project documentation, quality assurance, inventory management and waste disposal. Most recently, she served as senior technical staff member at Sandia National Laboratories.

“Kathleen provides direction and organization to functions that help ensure the continuous quality of the sterile injectable drugs we manufacture – as well as the safety of the patients who rely upon them,” said Milton Boyer, president of OsoBio. “Managing a team of highly capable scientists fiercely committed to data integrity, Kathleen will drive operational excellence and deliver distinct value to our clients.”

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