Nopras Technologies, Inc. Appoints Director Of Business Development - East Coast Operations

NOVI, Mich., Nov. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nopras Technologies (www.nopras-tech.com) has announced the appointment of Stewart B. Rosenberg to the position of Director, Business Development East Coast Operations.  Mr. Rosenberg joins Nopras from Bio-Investigations Ltd., a specialized global venture capital and new business development consultancy he founded 27 years ago, focused in the fields of human, veterinary, and agricultural health care.  With undergraduate and graduate degrees in biology, biochemistry, and business from The University of Connecticut, the University of Pennsylvania, and Wharton, Mr. Rosenberg's corporate career began at Centocor (Malvern, PA), now a division of Johnson & Johnson, where he managed the In Vivo Business Unit, and at EMDS (Gibbstown, NJ), then the U.S. subsidiary of E. Merck (Darmstadt, Germany), where he managed Technology / New Ventures.  Rosenberg will be geographically located for Nopras on the Eastern U.S. Coast, to particularly address the needs of biotechnology and biopharmaceutical companies heavily focused along the Boston-Washington Corridor.  The position carries global responsibility.

Nopras Technologies, Inc. is a global management consulting firm which specializes in CRO services to organizations in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and biologics industries, as well as the medical device and diagnostics' sectors.   With core competencies in the life sciences' technical services, process and organizational excellence, regulatory compliance, quality management, and product development, Nopras Technologies draws heavily upon the expertise and skills of uniquely qualified former FDA key personnel providing a tailored differentiation to Nopras' operations and requests for services.  Nopras Technologies has its headquarters in Novi, MI US and additional offices in Fort Washington, PA US; Singapore; and Shanghai.
"We are pleased to welcome Stewart to this new position," said Carla Glaze, Nopras Technologies' Director of Strategic Accounts.  "With a keen understanding of complex technical issues and an in-depth knowledge of statistical methods, both of which complement his business development experience in the CRO business segment, Stewart allows us to bring the highest level of sophistication, sensitivity, and timeliness to the needs of our Clients and future prospects, from the earliest stage of the new business development cycle.  His unique background allows Nopras to further differentiate ourselves in the value proposition, as the CRO industry undergoes continual refinement geared to customer needs."  Rosenberg currently is completing 2014 academic appointments with the Department of Chemistry at The University of Connecticut, where he teaches chemistry, as well as an appointment at Central Connecticut State University, which he will continue in 2015, where he currently lectures in Inferential Statistics, addressing hypothesis testing, linear and multiple regression, ANOVA, and nonparametric methods.  

"Stewart's solid broad-based experience in new business development, as well as his innate grasp and continual assessment of the needs, opportunities and complexities facing global multinational companies, all of which he has nurtured over the past 35 years through project management, business development, licensing, and partnership relationships, allow Nopras to further execute on its mission," said Ms. Glaze.  "Nopras operates at the intersection of smaller CROs as well as larger consulting services, capitalizing on the strengths of each, by providing the advantage of flexibility and rapid decision-making seen in the former, as well as providing a focus on "high-end" complex global projects, more often seen in the latter.   We are pleased to welcome Stewart to our team."

Mr. Rosenberg has two sons and resides in Madison, CT with his wife Natalie, as well as with Bonnie, a one year rescued dachshund that was found abandoned on the streets of Hartford pregnant with two puppies, and which they adopted in February.

Nopras Technologies, Inc. is a global management consulting firm which specializes in CRO services to organizations in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and biologics industries, as well as the medical device and diagnostics' sectors.   With core competencies in the life sciences' technical services, process and organizational excellence, regulatory compliance, quality management, and product development, Nopras Technologies draws heavily upon the expertise and skills of uniquely qualified former FDA key personnel, as Nopras' project Consultants, providing a tailored differentiation to Nopras' operations and requests for services.  Nopras Technologies has its headquarters in Novi, MI US and additional offices in Fort Washington, PA US; Singapore; and Shanghai.

Certain statements in this press release constitute forward-looking statements, are not historical facts, and involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ from those expected and projected. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to (i) general economic conditions; (ii) conditions specific to the industry; (iii) the company's' ability to develop or acquire new technology or products through licensing, merger or acquisition and to obtain regulatory approval to commercialize diagnostic, therapeutic or preventative products; (iv) the effectiveness and ultimate market acceptance of any such products; (v) limitations on third party reimbursements with respect to any such products; and (vi) competition. The company does not undertake to update or revise any forward-looking statements contained herein whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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