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Brammer Bio is a best-in-class viral vector contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) for companies developing gene-modified cell therapies and in vivo gene therapies. Brammer offers end-to-end CDMO services from Phase I/II in Florida through commercial manufacturing in Massachusetts. Brammer Bio provides clinical and commercial supply of viral vectors for in vivo gene and ex vivo modified-cell based therapies, process and analytical development, and regulatory support, enabling large pharma and biotech clients to accelerate the delivery of novel medicines to improve patient health. The Brammer team consists of extraordinary employees focused exclusively on serving the gene therapy needs of clients and their patients. We are Helping to Cure.® The management team is led by President and CEO Mark Bamforth; Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Richard Snyder, the founder of Florida Biologix, which was spun out of the University of Florida in 2015; and Chief Operating Officer Christopher Murphy.

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