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Topic - Stacey Jurchison
She said the hiring of Mr. Fuerst isn't unlike the December hiring by one of its competitors, Emergent Biosolutions, of a former top official for the Health Protection Agency in Britain.
"We made a conscious decision to be transparent in the hiring of Dr. Fuerst, as evidenced by our April 5th press release announcing his appointment as PharmAthene's chief scientific officer and, of course, his further introduction on a wider May 11th conference call" with analysts," Ms. Jurchison said.