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Taffy Williams

Location: Charlotte, NC US
Website: http://www.colonialtdc.com


President and Chief Executive Officer of Colonial Technology Development Co. and the Company founder. Chairman of the Board of Directors of Life Sciences Research Organization a not-for-profit company affiliated with the American Nutritional Society. Previously served as president and Chief Executive Officer of Photogen Technologies Inc., IMCOR Pharmaceutical Co. and he was president and founder of InKine Pharmaceutical Company. Prior to that, he was president, CEO and Chairman of Panax. Dr. Williams has raised more than $100 million. In addition to executive management skills, the ability to grow companies and new business development experience, Dr. Williams is the author of eight patents, one invention registration, seven patent applications and 53 published articles. He also has been the recipient of several prestigious awards, including a postdoctoral fellowship from the National Institutes of Health, ``Most Significant Scientific Publication'' awards from the Naval Medical Research Institute in 1985 and 1986, and the Civil Service Special Achievement Award for restructuring research activities in 1986. Dr. Williams holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Notre Dame, a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of South Carolina, and did postdoctoral training at the University of South Carolina and the University of Michigan. Dr. Williams has more than 20 years progressively responsible and diverse business and scientific experience in corporate management, research (including biological, physical and analytical), project management, financing, and organization building. Solid record of accomplishments with particular expertise in corporate restructuring, business development and R & D. Proven ability to develop and install full range of business, operational systems, and research organizations including de novo initiatives. http://www.colonialtdc.com