Steve Gorlin


In January 2014, Mr. Gorlin joined the Company as its Executive Chairman. Over the past 45 years, Mr. Gorlin has founded many biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, including Hycor Biomedical, Inc. (acquired by Agilent), Theragenics Corporation (NYSE: TGX) , Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation (sold to Valeant for approximately $2.6 billion), EntreMed, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENMD), MRI Interventions (MRIC), DARA BioSciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: DARA), MiMedx (NASDAQ: MDXG), Medivation, Inc. (NASDAQ: MDVN), sold to Pfizer for $14 billion and Conkwest which became NantKwest (NASDAQ: NK). Mr. Gorlin served for many years on the Business Advisory Council to the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and on The Johns Hopkins BioMedical Engineering Advisory Board. He also served on the Board of the Andrews Institute. He is presently a member of the Research Institute Advisory Committee (RIAC) of Massachusetts General Hospital. Mr. Gorlin founded a number of non- medical related companies, including Perma-Fix (NASDAQ: PESI), Inc., Pretty Good Privacy, Inc. (sold to Network Associates), and Judicial Correction Services, Inc. (sold to Correctional Healthcare). He started The Touch Foundation, a nonprofit organization for the blind and was a principal financial contributor to the founding of Camp Kudzu for diabetic children.

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Steve Gorlin

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