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research, the CRDF gives priority to proposals that include former Soviet defense scientists," explained Tom Owens, Senior Vice President of the CRDF. The SciClone Pharmaceuticals-Verta project employs 27 Russian former biodefense scientists.

CRDF funding for the project was provided through a $300,000 grant under the foundation's Next Steps to Market program. The grant covered the costs of tuberculosis directed pre-clinical and early clinical development through phase 2 of SCV-07 in Russia.


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Contact: Chantal Guess
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703-526-6746
U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation
28-Sep-2002


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