August 20, 2014 10:55 PM ET

Biotechnology

Company Overview of OrthoCyte Corporation

Executive Profile

Arnold I. Caplan Ph.D.

Chief Scientific Officer, OrthoCyte Corporation
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Background

Dr. Arnold I. Caplan, Ph.D. has been Chief Scientific Officer at OrthoCyte Corporation, a subsidiary of BioTime, Inc. since June 2010. Dr. Caplan is a Professor of Biology & General Medical Sciences (Oncology) and Director of Cellular and Molecular Basis for Aging Training Program of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. and serves as its Director of Skeletal Research Center. Dr. Caplan co-founded Cell Targeting Inc. He served as President of Skeletech, ...

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1301 Harbor Bay Parkway
Alameda, California 94502

United States

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Director
2001-2006
Member of Orthopedic Scientific Advisory Board

Education

PhD
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
BS
Illinois Institute of Technology

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