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TIDES USA: Oligonucleotide & Peptide Therapeutics
SEE YOU NEXT YEAR: May 7-10, 2023 | In-Person + Digital
San Diego, CA, USA

Anthony Rossomando, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer at NeuBase Therapeutics, Inc


Dr. Rossomando has more than 25 years of experience as a biopharmaceutical drug developer who has successfully led teams from start-up to global biotechnology companies that have established the upstream and downstream process development of biologics and peptide molecules, including RNAi/siRNA, to advance multiple programs into clinical trials and commercialization in several therapeutic areas of neuroscience, rare diseases, and oncology. At NeuBase, Dr. Rossomando will be responsible for manufacturing and process development, analytical development, and biophysical characterization in support of FDA regulatory submissions. Prior to joining NeuBase, Dr. Rossomando was Chief Process Development Officer at Pinetree Therapeutics, where he oversaw early-stage upstream and downstream process development for bi-specific antibodies for oncology. Previous to that, he held the following positions: Vice President of Technology Operations at Anokion; Senior Director of Analytical Development at Alexion Pharmaceuticals; Vice President, Early-Stage Development at Synageva BioPharma (acquired by Alexion), Senior Director siRNA Bioprocessing at Alnylam Pharmaceuticals; Principal Scientist and Director, Protein Sciences at Biogen; and Staff Scientist at Bayer Corporation. Dr. Rossomando earned a Ph.D. in microbiology at the University of Virginia, where he researched MAP kinase and MEK1 cell signaling with Drs. Michael Weber and Thomas Sturgill, and completed his postdoctoral training at Cold Spring Harbor Labs, where he studied the CDC2 kinase and MEK1 signaling pathways with Dr. Daniel Marshak.

Agenda Sessions

  • Peptide Nucleic Acid Manufacturing and Formulation: Unlocking the Promise in Rare Disease