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DR. JOHN TALLEY HEADLINES NEW MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY PROVIDER
Inventor of Celebrex™ serves as chief scientific officer for St. Louis-based SARmont
ST. LOUIS (May 25, 2011) – The scientific mind behind pharmaceutical market- changers Celebrex™ and three HIV/AIDS treatments wil lead the drug design team at the new St. Louis-based medicinal chemistry service provider, one of the world’s most accomplished medicinal chemists, has helped eight drugs successfully reach the market. As chief scientific officer of SARmont, Tal ey will personal y oversee al drug design and optimization projects for clients to identify high quality and proprietary investigational new drug (IND) lead candidates. Randy Weiss, a successful entrepreneur who has brought several life science companies to fruition, serves as SARmont’s first president and CEO.
“SARmont partners with pharmaceutical companies, venture capital firms and research institutions to help bring promising new drugs to the market,” said Tal ey. “By helping our clients overcome obstacles of pre-clinical pharmaceutical research, we increase the probability of success.”
SARmont acts as the virtual arm of medicinal chemistry for its clients to provide superior drug design and lead optimization services. This approach helps streamline and accelerate the drug design process, giving clients access to the best minds in the business without having to build or hire an internal medicinal chemistry department.
Among the experts on SARmont’s management team are President and CEO Dr. Randy Weiss, a former venture capitalist and serial entrepreneur; Director of Operations Dr. Eduardo Martinez, who started Microbia’s chemistry group and managed Medros as its inaugural employee; and Dr. Rick Ryan, former president of LINCO Research and VP of Drug Discovery and Development at Mil ipore, who will serve as SARmont’s vice president of business development.
“SARmont is a trusted strategic partner that provides medicinal chemistry design and lead optimization services that put the focus on efficient and cost-effective success,” added Ryan. “In an increasingly competitive market, our unique partnership approach ensures that SARmont clients own any intellectual property that’s generated to help them institutionalize that knowledge, and we help develop the intellectual property (IP) strategy.”
Note: Rick Ryan wil be attending the C21 BioVentures conference in Napa on May 26, 2011.
Please contact him at (636) 328-6610 to schedule a time to meet.
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SARmont, a trusted provider of medicinal chemistry design and lead optimization
services, helps accelerate the drug design process and increase the probability of
success. SARmont’s design team is led by Dr. John Tal ey, one of the world’s most
accomplished medicinal chemists, who is recognized for inventing Celebrex® and
seven other drugs that reached the market. Acting as a virtual medicinal chemistry arm,
SARmont identifies high-quality, proprietary drug candidates and helps develop IP
strategy for its client companies. SARmont’s unique partnership approach, which
includes cost-effective relationships with Asian contract research organizations, lets
clients keep the rights to all intellectual property. For more information, visit
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