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Our Mission

IBT Bioservices is the contract research division of Integrated BioTherapeutics, Inc. (IBT). IBT Bioservices offers a strong client-oriented research and development service focused on our area of expertise, infectious diseases. Our team has extensive experience in antiviral and antibacterial screening and model development.

Our Team

M. Javad Aman, PhD
PRESIDENT AND CSO

Javad leads IBT and its innovative science programs. He is a distinguished researcher in viral and bacterial diseases with 75+ publications.

Gary Nabors, PhD
EVP, CHEIF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Gary heads IBT’s product development team to translate its discovery pipeline into practical solutions for infectious diseases. See Gary’s publication

Rick Holtsberg, PhD
VP, Manufacturing & Bioanalytics

Rick leads IBT Bioservices’ assay & protein services group and develops IBT’s biochemical reagent portfolio. See Rick’s publications.

Robin Douglas
VP, Programs & Operations

Robin leads IBT Bioservices with its state-of-the-art infectious disease research capabilities and strong customer service focus.

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Hatice Karauzum, PhD
Associate Director, Translational Research

Hati investigates bacterial pathogenesis and cellular immune responses. See Hati’s publications.

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Agnes Chenine, PhD
Director, Antiviral Research

Agnes oversees the in vivo studies program for testing new therapies and vaccines in various rodent models. See Agnes’s publications.

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Rajan Adhikari, PhD
Associate Director, Bacterial Therapeutics

Rajan investigates bacterial pathogens and leads antibacterial vaccine and therapeutic development programs. See Rajan’s publications.

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Sergey Shulenin, PhD
Assistant Director, Protein Chemistry
Sergey works on assay development and protein expression. See Sergey’s publications.
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Hong Vu

Manager, Analytical Assay Development

Hong leads IBT’s assay development, quality control testing and provides logistical support for IBT’s research and bioservice projects. See Hong’s publications.

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Thomas Kort

Principal Scientist

Tom works on protein expression and custom scientific projects. See Tom’s publications.

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Shweta Kailasan, PhD

Principal Scientist

Shweta leads IBT’s discovery program for antiviral and antibacterial vaccine & antibody therapeutics. Read Shweta’s publications.

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Aru Venkatasubrananiam, PhD

Scientist III

Aru leads IBT’s Chemistry Manufacturing Controls activities in vaccine formulation, development of analytics and animal potency models. See Aru’s publications.

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Haimi Shiferaw

Business Development Advisor

Haimi leads IBT Bioservices’ strategic growth, marketing, and customer management team.

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Fig. 1 Survival after challenge with INFV H1N1 A/Pert/261/2009 (Tamiflu-resistant strain). Inoculum 1xLD90=1.0E+05 PFU/mouse
Survival after challenge with INFV H1N1 A/Pert/261/2009 (Tamiflu-resistant strain) 1.0E+05 PFU/mouse
Survival and weight change in BALB/c mice challenged with INFV A/ Texas/36/91 (H1N1) and treated with antiviral Osletamivir Phosphate (Tamiflu)
Lung viral load and Survival (30 % weight loss cut-off) in BALB/c mice challenged with INFV H3N2 A/HK/1/68.

Alpha (UK) – B. 1.1.7 / 501Y.V1

amino acid mutations: del69–70 HV, del144 Y, N501Y, A570D, D614G, P681H, T761I, S982A, D1118H

Beta (South Africa) – B.1.351

amino acid mutations: K417N, E484K, N501Y, D614G, A701V

Gamma (Brazil) – P.1

amino acid mutations: L18F, T20N, P26S, D138Y, R190S, K417T, E484K, N501Y, D614G, H655Y, T1027I

Epsilon (Ca, USA) B.1.427

amino acid mutations: L452R, D614G

SARS-CoV-2 Parental Strain Wild Type (Wuhan)
SARS-CoV-2 D614G Variant

amino acid mutations: D614G

Epsilon (Ca, USA) B.1.429

amino acid mutations: S13I, W152C, L452R, D614G

SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant

amino acid mutations: L452R, E484Q