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Companies Commented On
- Applied Genetic Technologies Corp.
- Can-Fite BioPharma Ltd.
- CTI BioPharma
- Fate Therapeutics Inc.
- H.C. Wainwright & Co.
- Lion Biotechnologies
- MEI Pharma Inc.
- Neuralstem Inc.
- OncoNova Therapeutics
- OncoSec Medical Inc.
- Oncothyreon Inc.
- Paratek Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Peregrine Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Raymond James
- RXi Pharmaceuticals Corp.
- Sunesis Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Synta Pharmaceuticals Corp.
- TG Therapeutics Inc.
- Threshold Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Verastem Inc.
Dr. Reni Benjamin is a senior biotechnology analyst at Raymond James. His expertise focuses on companies in the oncology and stem cell sectors. Benjamin has been ranked among the top analysts for recommendation performance and earnings accuracy by StarMine, has been cited in a variety of sources including The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Financial Times and Smart Money, and has made appearances on Bloomberg television/radio and CNBC. He authored a chapter in "The Delivery of Regenerative Medicines and Their Impact on Healthcare," has presented at various regional and international conferences, and has been published in peer-reviewed journals. He currently serves on the UAB School of Health Professions' Deans Advisory Board. Prior to joining Raymond James, Benjamin was a managing director and senior biotechnology analyst at H.C. Wainwright, Burrill Securities and Rodman & Renshaw. He was also an associate analyst at Needham and Company. Benjamin earned his doctorate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in biochemistry and molecular genetics by discovering and characterizing a novel gene implicated in germ cell development. He earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Allegheny College.
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"Subsequent analysis of CANF's CF101 data shows promise in a certain subset of patients." (5/13/15) Can-Fite BioPharma Ltd. - The Life Sciences Report 2015 Small-Cap Biotech Watchlist Update with Reni Benjamin Moreá>
"MSB has a 1,700-patient phase 3 study in progress, evaluating Revascor in congestive heart failureŚclearly a big market." (12/12/13) Mesoblast Ltd. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Reni Benjamin Moreá>