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"CYTX believes it has hit the points on the checklist to move to the next option of the Celution BARDA study, which could be worth up to $35M." (6/5/14) Cytori Therapeutics Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Joseph Pantginis More >
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Mike Havrilla is a clinical IV pharmacist, marathon runner, writer and biotech stock trader with experience that includes being a licensed pharmacist since January 2004, online investing since August 1997 and writing for investors since April 2007. Havrilla holds a doctorate in pharmacy and a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Pittsburgh. He worked in the pharmaceutical industry for Wyeth prior to pharmacy school. He is also an avid runner and has completed 22 marathons. Havrilla merged his previous site with BioRunUp.com/Mark Messier in October 2010, resulting in a biotech stock research and trading subscription service. For more information, visit Havrilla's LinkedIn profile.
How a Professional Investor Uses Twitter to Trade Smarter: Mike Havrilla (7/2/13) Drug development is full of surprises, and those surprises are hitched to the catalysts that move biotech company stocks. Mike Havrilla, co-founder and analyst with BioRunUp, processes and trades on the news flow surrounding biotech and specialty pharma companies as they navigate the turbulent development cycle. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Havrilla talks about his methods and shares three rich ideas that could create doubles or triples for investors.
"INO's stock could hit double digits pretty easily, in terms of its trading range, with a good outcome from the Phase 2 VGX-3100 study." (6/26/14) Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Charles Duncan More >