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Amniotics Strengthens its Clinical and Regulatory Capabilities

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Amniotics Strengthens its Clinical and Regulatory Capabilities | Pharmtech Focus

Amniotics AB (publ) (Nasdaq Stockholm: AMNI), a developer of novel cell therapy products, has appointed Matilda Hugerth as head of clinical development. Amniotic’s team was also recently strengthened with Lars Larsson, as medical expert within respiratory diseases. The appointments strengthen the company’s internal drug development and regulatory expertise as Amniotics progresses its portfolio into clinical development.

Matilda Hugerth, who has joined Amniotic´s management team, has more than 20 years of drug development experience from various roles in pharmaceutical companies including Lundbeck, UCB, Novartis and most recently Abliva. Her expertise includes clinical development strategies with experience from all clinical phases in the areas of regulatory, project management, clinical operations, clinical quality assurance, and medical affairs. She holds a Master of Pharmaceutical Science from Uppsala University and is a registered pharmacist.

Lars Larsson became MD at the University of Umeå, Sweden in 1977 and holds board certificates in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Allergy, respectively. He is Associated Professor in pulmonary medicine at the University of Umeå. He joined Astra (later AstraZeneca) in 1995. He has since held positions in clinical development in Pharmacia, Novartis and as VP and CMO of several biotech companies. Lars Larsson has been involved in all stages of drug development of biopharmaceuticals, large molecules and oligonucleotides, including inhaled delivery of large molecules.

“These are key roles for the clinical development of our portfolio and I am incredibly happy to have Matilda and Lars onboard. They bring extensive experience of how to optimally position novel treatments under development, as well as interacting with regulatory authorities, both in Europe, USA and Japan,” says Amniotics’ CEO Kåre Engkilde.

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