Altimmune Elects Mitchel Sayare, Ph.D. as Chairman of its Board of Directors
“We have enjoyed working closely with Mitch as an active member of the Board since the merger with PharmAthene last year. Mitch brings tremendous experience as Chairman of the PharmAthene Board and valuable industry insight as the former CEO of Immunogen for 23 years; his input has proven to be invaluable,” said
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