W A. HASELTINE P

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WILLIAM A. HASELTINE PH .D.
ADDRESS:
BORN:
Human Genome Sciences, Inc.
14200 Shady Grove Road
Rockville, MD 20850
October 17, 1944, St. Louis, Missouri
CURRENT EMPLOYMENT:
1993
Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer,
Human Genome Sciences, Inc.
EDUCATION:
1966
1973
1973-1975
Center for
B.A. University of California (Physical Chemistry)
Ph.D.Harvard University (Biophysics)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cancer Research, Cambridge
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:
1973-1974
Microbiology
1975-1978
Visiting Professor, University of Copenhagen, Institute of
Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, Harvard Medical
School,
1978-1979
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Assistant Professor, Department of Cancer Biology, Harvard
1979-1988
Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, Harvard Medical
1979-1988
School of
Public Health
School,
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Associate Professor, Department of Cancer Biology, Harvard
School of
1982
Public Health
Visiting Professor, University of Kyoto
1988-1995
1989-1995
Professor, Department of Pathology, Harvard Medical School
Professor, Department of Cancer Biology, Harvard School of
1988-1995
Professor, Division of Human Retrovirology, Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute
Public Health
OTHER PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS and MAJOR VISITING APPOINTMENTS:
1980-1981
Chief, Laboratory of Molecular Studies of Cancer Cause and
1981-1988
Chief, Laboratory of Biochemical Pharmacology, Dana-Farber
1988-1994
1988-1993
Institute
Treatment,
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Cancer
Institute
Harvard AIDS Institute: Steering Committee
Chief, Division of Human Retrovirology, Dana-Farber Cancer
AWARDS and HONORS:
1965
1973-1975
Phi Beta Kappa
Helen Hay Whitney Fellow
1978-1982
1986
American Cancer Society Faculty Research Award
Governor's AIDS Recognition Award
1975-1976
1987
Ruth Estrin Goldberg Memorial Society Award
Leukemia Society of America, Inc. for distinguished service as a
member of the National Board of Trustees
1991-1993
Bristol Myers Squibb Unrestricted Research Award
1995
1996
Burden Center Award for Business Leadership
KPMG High Tech Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Washington
1996
American Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award
2000
2001
Maryland High-Tech Council “Firm of the Year Award”
Time mag azine “25 Most Influential Global Business Executives”
1994
Year"
1996
Award
2000
Biotechnology
2001
2001
2002
2002
Washingtonian magazine, "Washington Business Leader of the
Ernst &Young Greater Washington Entrepreneur of the Year
Boston
University,
F.A.
Bourke
Distinguished
Lecture
Washington Academy of Sciences “Health Sciences Award for
Scientific Achievement”
KPMG/Techway magazine Greater Washington High Tech Award,
“Technology Legends Award”
Honorary Doctorate of Science, University of Portsmouth, United
Kingdom
Washington Business Forward, “The 2002 Forward Forty”
GRADUATE TRAINING PROGRAMS:
1978
in
Committee on Higher Degrees in Biophysics, Harvard University
1979
1980
Tumor Virus Training Grant, Harvard Medical School
Committee on Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School
1984
Physician Training Grant, Harvard School of Public Health
1982
1982
Committee on Virology, Harvard University
Cancer Biology Training Grant, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
BUSINESS and CONSULTING EXPERIENCE:
1981-1986
1987 - 2001
1990 -1993
Founder;
infectious
1992 -1993
cells
1992
(Purchase
1992
1992 Advisory
1994
1998 – 2002
Cambridge BioSciences, Founder; Scientific Advisory Board. Area:
Diagnostic and vaccines for infectious diseases.
HealthCare Investment Co., Scientific Advisory Board.
Virus
Research Institute
Scientific
Advisory
Board.
(now
Avant
Area:
Immunotherapeutics),
Vaccines/therapeutics
for
diseases.
Dendreon Corporation (Formerly Activated Cell Therapy) Founder;
Scientific Advisory Board. Area: Human therapeutic and
transplantation company - Development of activated autologous
for purposes of therapy and transplantation.
LeukoSite, Inc. Founder Area: Inflammation, autoimmunity
by Millennium, December 1999)
ProScript, Inc. (Formerly Myogenics) Founder. Area: Human
Therapeutics (Purchased by LeukoSite, then by Millennium)
Human Genome Sciences, Inc. Founder; Chairman, Scientific
Board; Area: Therapeutics and diagnostics for human disease.
Diversa, Inc. (Formerly Recombinant BioCatalysis, Inc.) Founder
Salus Media Advisory Board
Consulting Experience
1988-1989
1986-1993
1987-1990
Schering Plough, Consultant. Area: Retrovirus program.
SmithKline Squibb, Consultant. Area: Retrovirus program.
Sandoz, Consultant. Area: Retrovirus Program.
ASSOCIATIONS AND BOARDS :
Scientific and Academic
1981-1985
National Science Foundation, Genetic Biology Study Section
1982-1987
1985-1991
Member
Leukemia Society of America, Inc. Board of Trustees (Medical &
Scientific Advisory Committee, 1984-1987)
Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards Jury
1985-1992
American Foundation for Aids Research, Board of Trustees
(Executive
1987-1991
Committee Of The Board of Directors, 1987-1992)
Council of the National Institute of Allergy
1986
National Institutes of Health, AIDS Executive Committee
1986-1987
1988-1990
1990-1992
Board
1992
the
National Institutes of Health, Cancer Preclinical Program Project
Review Committee (CAK)
Representative from North America to Board of Governors of the
International AIDS Society
Coordinating Council For Cancer Research, Scientific Advisory
International Retrovirology Association, Financial Committee of
1995
Board of Trustees
Scientific Advisory Committee, Goddard College, Vermont
1998- 2001
Merrill Lynch Innovation Grants Competition Judge
1997
2000 2000 - 2003
2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 -
Conference Advisory Board, Wharton 3rd Annual New Ventures in
Healthcare Conference
Trustee and Director, Alliance for Aging Research
Chairman, Board of Trustees, The National Health Museum
Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Wallenberg Consortium
Board Member, Board of Trustees, The National Health Museum
Member, CEO Council, New York Academy of Sciences
Member, Board of Visitors, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Member, President’s Council, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Think-Tanks and International Organizations
1987-1989
1987-1988
1988-1999
1990-1992
1999- 2003
1999- 2002
Studies
1999 2000 Center
2000 Institution
2000 -
World Health Organization, Working Group on Characterization of
HIV-Related Retroviruses
International AIDS Society Board of Directors, Geneva
AIDS Crisis Trust, United Kingdom, Medical Adviser
International Committee of L.I.F.E. (Lottare, Informare, Formare,
and
Educare) ITALY
Board of Trustees, Committee for Economic Development
Commission on Global Aging, Center for Strategic & International
Member, French American Business Council
Co-chair, Council on the Future of Technology & Public Policy,
for Strategic & International Studies
Executive
Committee,
Board
of
Member, The Trilateral Commission
Trustees,
The
Brookings
2001 International
Member, Anti-Biothreat Task Force, Center for Strategic &
2002 -
Studies
Member, Aspen Institute Italia
Business
1999 -
Member of World Economic Forum
2003 2003 -
2001 2001 - 2002
and
2002 2003 2003 -
Member, The American Academy in Berlin
Member, Council on Foreign Relations
Director, Biotechnology Institute Organization (BIO)
Board Member, European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries
Associations
Member, United States Chamber of Commerce
Member, Business Executives for National Security
Member, Global Business Council on AIDS/HIV
EDITORIAL BOARDS:
1979-1984
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Associate Editor
1986-1990
1986-1989
Molecular Biology & Medicine, Associate Editor
Journal of AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, Associate
1985-1987
1986-1992
Editor
1987-1999
Cancer Research, Associate Editor
Leukemia Research, Associate Editor
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and Related
1988- 2002
Disorders, Editor-In-Chief
Current Methods In Molecular Biology, Associate Editor
1992- 2002
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Research, Scientific Board
1990- 2002
1991- 2002
1999 - 2003
2000 - 2002
2001 2003
HIV: Advances in Research and Therapy
Methods in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Editor
Editor-in-Chief, E-Biomed: The Journal of Regenerative Medicine
Member, Lipper/Norton Scientific Advisory Board
Member, Editorial Board, Cloning & Stem Cells Journal
Editorial Advisor, Handbook of Stem Cells, Volume 1: Adult and
Fetal Stem Cells
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
American Society for Microbiology
New York Academy of Sciences
Philosophical Society of Washington D.C.
International AIDS Society
The Academy of American Poets
Royal Society of Medicine
Society for Regenerative Medicine ( President and Founder)
Washington Academy of Sciences
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
1969-1973
Biology and Social Issues, Harvard College
1977-1980
Biology of Cancer 219, Department of Biophysics, Harvard School
of
1975-1981
1976-1978
1981-1988
Biology of Cancer, Harvard College
Microbiology, Harvard Medical School
Public Health
Cell Biology 212, Advanced Topics in Cancer Research,
1985-1993
Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health
New Pathways Instructor for Harvard Medical School
1990.
1990
Gene Regulation Conference, Harvard AIDS Institute, November
1990
5-7,
1992
Medical
AIDS 1990 A course for Scandinavia AIDS research May 7-9,
Organizer and Chair
Virology 202, Molecular Biology of the AIDS Virus, Harvard
School and Harvard School of Public Health
211 Original Reports
71 Books and Monographs
7 Publications edited
More than 50 Patents issued by the US Patent and Trademark Office
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