I am now retired from the US pharma industry having spent over 33 years in the Mid-Atlantic corridor in Sales(Hospital mainly), Scientific Relations and Managed Care/LTC. I worked at BMY, Bayer/Miles Labs and SGP/MRK prior to early retirement.. Today I enjoy investing in Bio-Pharmas mostly, because it is what I know best! I invest mostly in large companies such as BMY, PFE, MRK, GSK, and JNJ (love the divis) but I like the up and coming Bios like CLDX. Cancer and Immunotherapy intrigues me..so I have made that a major consideration since 2008....With BARDA,the GAIN act and QDIP Ive come to appreciate the Antibiotic cos.and have made them a major component of my LT strategy to build wealth while in Retirement....Ive invested in Trius(TSRX),CBST, CEMP, DRTX, TTPH, CTIX and just added AKAO..... I manage personal monies and some family members..gratis of course! GLTA, retiredpharma
Rod Raynovich is an entrepreneur and executive with a focus on life science companies and medical technology trends.He has over 35 years executive experience including Abbott and JNJ and has been involved three successful start-ups. Before starting Raygent and other companies he was also a Technology Transfer Officer at UCLA. He has a B.S. from Penn State University and an MBA from Rutgers University.
His WEB site at www.raygent.com is currently focused in biopharmaceuticals, genomics and clinical diagnostics . Mr. Raynovich has extensive expertise in marketing and product development and provides business development consulting to early stage companies in biotechnology, diagnostics and imaging.
The Rayno Life Science Portfolio was published on www.raygent.com and other trade media.
Articles have been published on the following topics: Alzheimer Disease,Biomarkers, Genomics,Molecular Diagnostics, Oncology Drugs, Personalized Medicine, Targeted Therapy, Technology Trends, H1N1 and Government Policy on biotechnology.
The Life Science Portfolio is up over 80% over a 24 mo. period as of 5/30/14and among the life science portfolio winners are ABAX, ALXN, AMRI, BIIB, CBST, GPRO, ILMN, QDEL,REGN, SGEN, and VPHM.