Trans-Hit Bio Strengthens its Team
Montreal, February 18, 2016 – Trans-Hit Bio is pleased to announce that Dr. Sophie Dahan and Dr. David Shahbazian have joined the company as project directors.
- Sophie holds a PhD in Cell Biology from McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and she is a certified Project Management Professional. She carried out post-doctoral studies at the University of Montreal (Montreal, Canada) and at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN). She previously worked in different companies such as Caprion Pharmaceuticals, PerkinElmer and Immuni T. Sophie has an extensive experience and expertise in biomarker development from discovery to the validation stage, including all quality standards and regulations required when developing and validating an assay.
- David holds an MSc degree in Cell Biology and Immunology from Tel Aviv University (Israel) and a PhD in Biochemistry from McGill University (Montreal, Canada). He completed 7 years of postdoctoral studies in Immuno-Oncology successively at Yale University (New Haven, CT) and Georgetown University (Washington DC). David is well versed in optimization of multiple bioassays and molecular biology applications).
Trans-Hit Bio is the worldwide biospecimen access CRO with the most extensive collection capability for biospecimens and clinical samples through an unrivaled worldwide partnered-network of state-of-the-art biorepositories. We facilitate direct interactions between our customers and academic biobanks allowing the scientific and medical expertise of academics to be drawn upon and leveraged. We take the time to carefully assess your needs, and consider your specific requirements for biospecimen collections and associated medical data. The company, led by a team of scientists with a solid background in biomedical research advises you and provide you with the best solutions to help you design your biospecimen requests in variousfields including oncology, infectiology, CNS diseases. We provide continuous support throughout the process from your initial request to the moment you receive the samples in your lab and beyond.