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Harry Ledebur, Ph.D.,

Date: October 23, 2002
Title: VP, R&D
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Company Deals and People
Date
Title
Type
2006/11/29
Director
2006/10/20
Chromos Molecular Systems Closes Bridge Loan Financing
Financing
2006/7/6
Director
2006/6/14
Jeff Charpentier, VP, Finance & CFO
Management
2006/2/2
Chromos Closes Acquisition of Targeted Molecules Corporation
M&A
2006/2/2
Chromos Molecular Systems Completes Financing
Financing
2006/2/2
Director
2005/3/15
Chromos Molecular Systems to Acquire Anosys
M&A
2005/1/14
Chromos Molecular Systems Completes Private Placement
Financing
2004/10/1
Director
2004/8/12
Phillip B. Maples, VP, Clinical Development and Manufacturing
Management
2004/8/12
Alan Hardwick, VP, Process Development
Management
2004/8/12
Kathryn Hayashi, VP, Finance
Management
2004/7/29
Chromos Molecular Systems Announces Private Placement
Financing
2004/7/28
Chromos Completes Acquisition of CellExSys
M&A
2002/10/23
Harry Ledebur, Ph.D.,, VP, R&D
Management

 
Calyx Bio-Ventures Inc.
TSX-V: CYX
formerly: Chromos Molecular Systems Inc. (TSX: CHR)
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8081 Lougheed Highway
Burnaby, BC   V5A 1W9
Tel:  (604) 415-7100
Fax:  (604) 415-7151
http://www.chromos.com

Sector - Biotechnology, Biopharmaceuticals

Business Description
Calyx Bio-Ventures Inc., formerly Chromos Molecular Systems, is focused on the development of therapeutic proteins and gene-based cell therapies using a proprietary gene delivery and expression system.


Company News
Chromos to Shed Tax Losses for Cash Plus Dividends 2008/8/7
Venture Investors Demand Repayment from Chromos Molecular Systems 2007/4/3
Chromos Announces New Bought Deal Financing 2007/3/21
Chromos Announces Definitive Agreement to Acquire Targeted Molecules 2005/10/26
Chromos and Targeted Molecules Corporation to Merge 2005/5/25
Chromos Molecular Systems Acquiring Anosys Inc. 2005/3/15
Chromos Molecular Systems Raises $1 Million 2005/1/14