Seres Therapeutics Appoints Stephen Berenson as Chairman of its Board of Directors
Mr. Berenson, Chairman of Seres’ Board of Directors commented: “Seres is the clear leader in the development of microbiome therapeutics and I am honored to chair the Company’s Board. We are nearing an important period for the Company with two late-stage clinical readouts anticipated next year and with continued progress on very promising earlier stage pipeline programs. I look forward to working with the team to create substantial long-term shareholder value developing important new medicines,” said Mr. Berenson.
Mr. Berenson is a managing partner at Flagship Pioneering. Prior to Flagship, Mr. Berenson spent 33 years in various roles as an investment banker at J.P. Morgan. During his last 12 years at J.P. Morgan, Mr. Berenson was Vice Chairman of Investment Banking, where he focused on providing high-touch strategic advice and complex transaction execution to leading companies across all industries globally. He was co-founder of J.P. Morgan’s
“I would like to thank Roger for his important contributions to the Company, both as Chairman and in his earlier role as CEO,”
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