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Background Information

Employment History

Mass High Tech

Senior Director for Medical Affairs and Senior Director of Clinical Trials Management

IDEC Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Clinical Consultant

AIKO Biotechnology Inc

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member
Thornton Academy

Trustees
University of New England

Education

Thornton Academy

bachelor's degree

University of Rhode Island

doctorate degree

pharmacy

University of Cincinnati Hospital

Web References (21 Total References)


Thornton Academy ~ Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

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2007 - Brian K Dallaire, Class of 1975 Brian K. Dallaire '75 is the 2007 recipient of Thornton Academy's Distinguished Alumni Award, which is sponsored by the Alumni Association and recognizes outstanding lifetime achievements of TA graduates in the hope of fostering aspiration in graduating seniors and undergraduates.

Read More Dallaire, who received his award May 27 during the baccalaureate ceremony for this year's graduating class, is founder and president of Lighthouse Clinical Development, which specializes in helping the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries plan strategies for clinical development. He is also a clinical consultant to Aiko Biotechnology, a Maine-based group that is developing drugs to augment morphine for the treatment of pain. Prior to forming his company, Dallaire served as senior director for medical affairs and senior director of clinical trials management at IDEC Pharmaceuticals in San Diego. He was part of an IDEC team that developed the drug Rituxan, a genetically engineered antibody used to treat non-Hodgkins lymphoma, as well as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus. Dallaire was inspired to enter the field of scientific research after his cousin, Deb Petit, died of cancer when he was 11 years old. "My career has taken me to six states and two countries, but I have come full circle to return to my roots here in Maine," Dallaire told the Class of 2007.
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Dallaire received his bachelor's degree from the University of Rhode Island and his doctorate from the University of Cincinnati Hospital, both in pharmacy.


Brian Dallaire, Pharm D: Senior ...

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Brian Dallaire, Pharm D: Senior Clinical Consultant.Mr. Dallaire leads the clinical and FDA strategy and was the former Senior Director of Operations and Medical Affairs at IDEC Pharmaceuticals Corporation.Prior to IDEC he held positions at DuPont Pharma, S.A., and Warner- Lambert / Parke-Davis Company.


Thornton Academy, Preparing Students for a Changing World Since 1811, Saco Maine

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Brian K. Dallaire, Class of 1975

Brian K. Dallaire '75 is the 2007 recipient of Thornton Academy's Distinguished Alumni Award, which is sponsored by the Alumni Association and recognizes outstanding lifetime achievements of TA graduates in the hope of fostering aspiration in graduating seniors and undergraduates.
Brian Dallaire '75, right, received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Alumni Board Vice President David LePauloue '84 at baccalaureate.
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Dallaire, who received his award May 27 during the baccalaureate ceremony for this year's graduating class, is founder and president of Lighthouse Clinical Development, which specializes in helping the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries plan strategies for clinical development.
He is also a clinical consultant to Aiko Biotechnology, a Maine-based group that is developing drugs to augment morphine for the treatment of pain.
Prior to forming his company, Dallaire served as senior director for medical affairs and senior director of clinical trials management at IDEC Pharmaceuticals in San Diego.He was part of an IDEC team that developed the drug Rituxan, a genetically engineered antibody used to treat non-Hodgkins lymphoma, as well as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus.
Dallaire was inspired to enter the field of scientific research after his cousin, Deb Petit, died of cancer when he was 11 years old.
"My career has taken me to six states and two countries, but I have come full circle to return to my roots here in Maine," Dallaire told the Class of 2007.
...
Dallaire received his bachelor's degree from the University of Rhode Island and his doctorate from the University of Cincinnati Hospital, both in pharmacy.


Thornton Academy, Preparing Students for a Changing World Since 1811, Saco Maine

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Brian K. Dallaire, Class of 1975

Brian K. Dallaire '75 is the 2007 recipient of Thornton Academy's Distinguished Alumni Award, which is sponsored by the Alumni Association and recognizes outstanding lifetime achievements of TA graduates in the hope of fostering aspiration in graduating seniors and undergraduates.
Brian Dallaire '75, right, received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Alumni Board Vice President David LePauloue '84 at baccalaureate.
...
Dallaire, who received his award May 27 during the baccalaureate ceremony for this year's graduating class, is founder and president of Lighthouse Clinical Development, which specializes in helping the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries plan strategies for clinical development.
He is also a clinical consultant to Aiko Biotechnology, a Maine-based group that is developing drugs to augment morphine for the treatment of pain.
Prior to forming his company, Dallaire served as senior director for medical affairs and senior director of clinical trials management at IDEC Pharmaceuticals in San Diego.He was part of an IDEC team that developed the drug Rituxan, a genetically engineered antibody used to treat non-Hodgkins lymphoma, as well as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus.
Dallaire was inspired to enter the field of scientific research after his cousin, Deb Petit, died of cancer when he was 11 years old.
"My career has taken me to six states and two countries, but I have come full circle to return to my roots here in Maine," Dallaire told the Class of 2007.
...
Dallaire received his bachelor's degree from the University of Rhode Island and his doctorate from the University of Cincinnati Hospital, both in pharmacy.


Thornton Academy, Preparing Students for a Changing World Since 1811, Saco Maine

www.thornton.saco.org [cached]

Brian K. Dallaire, Class of 1975

Brian K. Dallaire '75 is the 2007 recipient of Thornton Academy's Distinguished Alumni Award, which is sponsored by the Alumni Association and recognizes outstanding lifetime achievements of TA graduates in the hope of fostering aspiration in graduating seniors and undergraduates.
Brian Dallaire '75, right, received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Alumni Board Vice President David LePauloue '84 at baccalaureate.
...
Dallaire, who received his award May 27 during the baccalaureate ceremony for this year's graduating class, is founder and president of Lighthouse Clinical Development, which specializes in helping the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries plan strategies for clinical development.
He is also a clinical consultant to Aiko Biotechnology, a Maine-based group that is developing drugs to augment morphine for the treatment of pain.
Prior to forming his company, Dallaire served as senior director for medical affairs and senior director of clinical trials management at IDEC Pharmaceuticals in San Diego.He was part of an IDEC team that developed the drug Rituxan, a genetically engineered antibody used to treat non-Hodgkins lymphoma, as well as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus.
Dallaire was inspired to enter the field of scientific research after his cousin, Deb Petit, died of cancer when he was 11 years old.
"My career has taken me to six states and two countries, but I have come full circle to return to my roots here in Maine," Dallaire told the Class of 2007.
...
Dallaire received his bachelor's degree from the University of Rhode Island and his doctorate from the University of Cincinnati Hospital, both in pharmacy.

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