Sab Agreement

Sab Agreement

Professor Ponnadurai Ramasami (from Mauritius), FRSC CSci CChem (Republic of Mauritius) heads the computer chemistry group of the Institute of Chemistry at the University of Mauritius. His areas of expertise are the use of computational methods to solve chemistry and interdisciplinary problems. . This scientific advisory advisory agreement (`agreement`) will be concluded on June 1, 2020 between Stoke Therapeutics, Inc., a Delaware company with offices at 45 Wiggins Avenue, Bedford, MA 01730 (“Stoke”) and Adrian Krainer, Ph.D. (“Advisor”). The consultant has unique skills and knowledge that are relevant to Stoke`s operations and Stoke wishes to retain Advisor as a member of the Stoke Scientific Committee (“SAB”) under the terms of the agreement. . Dr. Viktor Kholstov (Russian Federation) is Director of the Center for Analytical Studies on Conventions on the Prohibition of Chemical and Biological Weapons in the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, “GosNIIOKhT” He is a qualified chemist and author of more than 250 scientific and patent works. Dr.

Daan Noort (Netherlands) He is currently Chief Research Fellow in TNO`s CBRN Protection Department (Rijswijk, Netherlands), of which he is also Deputy Director. Dr. Noort received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry/Toxicology from the University of Leiden, Netherlands. His specialties include organic synthesis, analytical chemistry and exposure evaluation. He is the author/co-author of approximately 80 peer-review publications and is active in various international scientific groups. CET ACCORD (the “agreement”) was concluded on 24 December 2013 (effective date) between Lixte Biotechnology Holdings, Inc., 248 Route 25A No. 2, East Setauket, New York 11733 (`company`) and NDA Consulting Corp., an Arizona-based company with offices at 9977 N. 90th Street, Suite 175, Scottsdale, Arizona 85258 (`consultant`). Captain Elma Lilia Biscotti (Argentina) is Head of International Agreements at the Institute for Scientific and Technical Research for Defence and an expert on chemical and biological weapons at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Defence.

With a degree in biochemistry and pharmacy, she is also a specialist in the assessment of pollution and its toxicological risk. Captain Biscotti is a member of the Argentine National Authority for the Chemical Weapons Convention and a member of the National Commission for the Control of Sensitive Exports and Military Matter. His areas of expertise are the implementation of the CAC, the non-proliferation of chemical and biological weapons, and the convergence of chemical and biological sciences. The 25 independent experts of the scientific committee are in a personal capacity (not as representatives of their respective governments) and do not serve more than two consecutive three-year terms.