LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill. BioSante Pharmaceuticals announced Michael Snabes as the company’s new vice president of clinical development, according to published reports.
Snabes will be responsible for the development of LibiGel, which is a testosterone gel for the treatment of female sexual dysfunction. Snabes has a history with BioSante as he served as medical consultant of BioSante since November 2005, where he focused on clinical and regulatory matters, according to published reports.
He is a board certified reproductive endocrinologist, and has a Ph.D. in physiology and reproductive endocrinology. According to published reports, he also played major role in the submission of BioSante’s New Drug Application Elestrin, which now has been approved fully by the Food and Drug Administration.
“We are very pleased that Michael has agreed to accept this position with BioSante,” said Stephen Simes, president and chief executive officer of BioSante. “Michael has been an important part of our clinical team for more than two years and his full-time involvement will help us to implement fully and accelerate our development of LibiGel in the treatment of FSD, specifically hypoactive sexual desire disorder in menopausal women.”