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ELIAS Animal Health Appoints Sales, Marketing & Business Development Leader and Expands Scientific Advisory Board

Nov. 23, 2021 -- ELIAS Animal Health, a clinical stage development company advancing novel treatments for cancer in companion animals, announces the appointment of Caroline Garrison as Sales, Marketing & Business Development Leader, as well as the appointment of Zachary Wright, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology) and Amanda Foskett, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology) to its scientific advisory board. “Caroline’s experience in life sciences and proven ability to propel organizations forward will be critical as ELIAS looks to expand its immunotherapy pipeline,” said Tammie Wahaus, CEO of ELIAS Animal Health. “I am also pleased to add two veterinary oncologists to our advisory board. Drs. [...]

November 23rd, 2021|

ELIAS Animal Health In-Licenses Oncolytic Vaccinia Virus Treatment for Pet Animals from Genelux Corporation

Agreement grants ELIAS Animal Health the worldwide right to development and commercialization of V-VET1 for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of cancer in veterinary medicine Nov. 18, 2021 -- Genelux Corporation, a clinical-stage immunotherapy company, recently announced a licensing agreement with ELIAS Animal Health for V-VET1, its clinical-stage animal health product candidate. V-VET1 is a vaccinia viral strain which selectively replicates in cancer cells causing cell death (apoptosis). ELIAS Animal Health is planning clinical trials to evaluate and develop V-VET1 as a potential new immunotherapy option for veterinary oncologists. “We are thrilled to announce our exclusive license for V-VET1 to help [...]

November 18th, 2021|

Change Is Hard But Worth the Effort | Part 4: Create a Culture of Change

Change. We’ve established that it’s hard all around - for people, leaders, and entire organizations. It requires commitment, willingness to do things differently, and being open to other thought processes and approaches. Successfully executing change is a big deal! However, since companies are ever-moving, growing, shifting, and improving, it’s a never-ending endeavor. By creating a culture of change, organizations can circumvent much of the uncertainty and resistance that accompanies isolated changes. Creating an environment that is change-conducive, flexible, and adaptive supports your team as they shift and adjust - a much better alternative than tossing them into the shark tank! Forbes published an article a [...]

November 4th, 2021|
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