Dr. Bath served in many industry leadership roles, contributed to the Economic Development Corporation’s Strategic Planning Initiatives, advised biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies on strategic and operational business practices, and facilitated workshops in technology entrepreneurship. She has strong relationships with leaders in the fields of therapeutics and vaccinology and has fostered many collaborative developments and partnerships in discovery.
Dr. Jennifer Bath holds a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular biology from North Dakota State University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology with an emphasis on human genetics from the University of Kansas. She began her career in academia and moved into industry after serving for 15 years as Associate Professor of Cellular and Molecular Biology at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota. She was the Founder and Executive Director of the Concordia College Global Vaccine Institute, the mission of which is to prevent and treat neglected tropical diseases. Dr. Bath has broad experience in vaccine and therapeutic design, development and testing.
“I am very excited about the future of ImmunoPrecise, as well as working with the management and investment partners to continue building a leading, global, full-service antibody discovery organization,” said Dr. Jennifer Bath.
“ImmunoPrecise’s growing advantage in antibody discovery and development is based on its state-of-the-art technologies and proven capabilities, as well as its growing portfolio of competencies for addressing the full-value chain for high-throughput, therapeutic antibody discovery, screening and testing. I look forward to working with Immunoprecise’s talented employees, and the company’s partners, in creating long-term value and revolutionizing antibody discovery through rapid and efficient technological advances.”