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"PSTI's ability to vary the cell phenotype for a specific therapy is unique in the regenerative medicine space." (3/6/14) Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with George Zavoico More >
"The fact that CGIX was able to get a practiced sales force to take its products to market is a very big deal." (3/5/14) Cancer Genetics Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Ben Haynor More >
"NEO is in the process of launching next-generation sequencing for the clinical trial market; the deal with Covance sets the stage for the company to go to the next level." (2/27/14) NeoGenomics Laboratories - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Debjit Chattopadhyay More >
Mara Goldstein joined Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. from Thomson Reuters, where she served as director of research for Reuters Insight. Goldstein was initially responsible for the firm's healthcare research practice, and later assumed responsibility for all research activities and sectors. Prior to that, Goldstein was an executive director and senior pharmaceutical analyst at CIBC World Markets. At Cantor, Goldstein covers the biotechnology sector. Goldstein also worked at Alex Brown & Sons and CS First Boston. She holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Purdue University.
Catalysts Drive These Stocks: Mara Goldstein (2/20/14) Whether biotech stocks keep up the scorching pace of 2013 remains to be seen, but we can count on one thing going forward, says Cantor Fitzgerald Senior Analyst Mara Goldstein. We are still in a catalyst-driven market. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Goldstein discusses four names with approaching milestones that she believes are important growth drivers. Her fifth pick is a binary event story, meaning it could skyrocket on good data or plummet on bad.
Biotech Watchlist 2014: Sound Science, Innovative Ideas and a Sprinkle of Pixie Dust (1/15/14) 2013 was a banner year for the life sciences sector, with biotech, pharmaceutical and medtech companies buoyed by advances in therapeutic techniques, a friendly regulatory environment, lucrative partnerships and the overall market upswing. The 2013 Biotech Watchlist, which was released at the Biotech Showcase in San Francisco, reflected this robustness, boasting a year-to-date return that blew past those posted by the major indices. Credit the basket of stocks picked by industry experts, weighted heavily with winners. Can our panel of experts pick another winning portfolio in 2014? Find out which companies they've chosen for the 2014 Watchlist in this exclusive from The Life Sciences Report and Sagient Research.
Six Oncology-Focused Biotech Growth Engines: Mara Goldstein (8/1/13) For Cantor Fitzgerald Senior Biotechnology Analyst Mara Goldstein, the spotlight is always on oncology and the premium revenues commanded by new products in the space. That clarity brings the science, unmet needs and market opportunity into sharp focus for investors. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Goldstein makes a winning case for six cancer-focused companies that range from micro caps to genuine large-cap stocks, each with upside potential that could be stunning.
"GALE's E39 is in early development for ovarian and endometrial cancers that overexpress folate-binding protein, an interesting target." (8/1/13) Galena Biopharma Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Mara Goldstein More >
"The NeuVax PRESENT trial will account for the largest component of GALE's future valuation." (1/31/13) Galena Biopharma Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Watchlist 2013 featuring Analyst Mara Goldstein More >
"ARNI's chairman is one of the best in the world in the urology field, and the company's consortium of investors has given us a lot of validation." (4/3/14) Arno Therapeutics Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Ran Nussbaum More >
"Positive clinical data will make CTH's APL-130277 a very attractive asset for specialty pharma or large pharma." (3/19/14) Cynapsus Therapeutics Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Stephen Ireland More >