Sector Expert: Michael Aitkenhead

Edison Investment Research

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Dr. Michael Aitkenhead is a qualified physician with more than 12 years' experience in the healthcare industry, including five years in clinical medicine and seven years in biopharmaceutical equity research. He was formerly a European pharmaceuticals analyst at the Royal Bank of Scotland in London, and prior to this was a European biotechnology analyst with Piper Jaffray. Aitkenhead received his medical degree from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and subsequently completed a master's degree in business administration at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.



Recent Quotes

"Major alliances reduce execution risk for MSB's late-stage pipeline."

— Michael Aitkenhead, Edison Investment Research (11/26/13)
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"Results from CYTR's aldoxorubicin phase 2b trial support a favorable risk/benefit profile versus doxorubicin."

— Michael Aitkenhead, Edison Investment Research (11/18/13)
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"MSB's acquisition consolidates its position as the leading MSC development company."

— Michael Aitkenhead, Edison Investment Research (10/21/13)
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"CYTR is well funded to advance clinical development of aldoxorubicin."

— Michael Aitkenhead, Edison Investment Research (10/10/13)
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"CYTR presented positive preclinical data for aldoxorubicin in glioblastoma multiforme."

— Michael Aitkenhead, Edison Investment Research (10/2/13)
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"We're optimistic that CYTR's aldoxorubicin will show strong advantages over alternatives."

— Michael Aitkenhead, Edison Investment Research (9/3/13)
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"CYTR will advance aldoxorubicin into phase 2b for glioblastoma multiforme."

— Michael Aitkenhead, Edison Investment Research (7/23/13)
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"CYTR's preclinical data for aldoxorubicin has been very supportive, and its phase 1b/2 trial has shown quite promising, albeit early stage, efficacy."

The Life Sciences Report Interview with Michael Aikenhead (6/13/13)
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