Nanotherapeutics, an integrated biopharmaceutical company with a focus on development and manufacturing, has opened a new office in Frederick, Md. The office was established to better support the company’s U.S. government contracts. With headquarters in Alachua, Fla., and a clinical team in Durham, N.C., Nanotherapeutics now has three strategically located offices.
Nanotherapeutics’ new office is just five miles from Fort Detrick, which houses five cabinet-level agencies, including the Department of Defense, as well as centers for cancer and AIDS research, including the National Cancer Institute. The office also is 50 miles from Washington, D.C., providing easy access for Nanotherapeutics’ U.S. government clients.
The office is headed by Dr. Robert V. House, senior vice president, government contracts for Nanotherapeutics, and will be dedicated to the advanced development of Nanotherapeutics’ biodefense-related product pipeline.