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EUSA founder joins Oxford BioTherapeutics as chairman

Bryan Morton has rich experience in oncology

Oxford Biotherapeutics Bryan MortonOncology-focused biotech Oxford BioTherapeutics has appointed industry veteran Bryan Morton as non-executive chairman.

Morton has 30 years' experience in the life sciences industry, including founding and serving as CEO of oncology specialist EUSA Pharma. This company was later sold to Jazz Pharma in 2012 for $700m.

Prior to founding EUSA in 2005, Morton founded Zeneus Pharma in 2003, before selling the company to Cephalon for $360m.

In addition to his entrepreneurial activities, Morton served as president of Convatec EMEA and spent more than 20 years in various roles at Merck & Co.

“His success in building valuable businesses and knowledge of the cancer space in particular will be important as we look to further develop our pipeline of antibody based cancer medicines to fulfil unmet patient needs,” said Christian Rohlff, CEO and founder of Oxford BioTherapeutics.

28th June 2013

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