Mark Friedman was Appointed as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Chromadex

Date of management change: January 23, 2018 

What Happened?

Irvine, -based Chromadex Appointed Mark Friedman as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

 

About the Company

Chromadex leverages its complementary business units to discover, acquire, develop and commercialize patented and proprietary ingredient technologies that address the dietary supplement, food, beverage, skin care and pharmaceutical markets. In addition to our ingredient technologies unit, we also have business units focused on natural product fine chemicals (known as "phytochemicals"), chemistry and analytical testing services, and product regulatory and safety consulting (known as Spherix Consulting). As a result of our relationships with leading universities and research institutions, we are able to discover and license early stage, IP-backed ingredient technologies. We then utilize our in-house chemistry, regulatory and safety consulting business units to develop commercially viable ingredients. Our ingredient portfolio is backed with clinical and scientific research, as well as extensive IP protection. Our portfolio of patented ingredient technologies includes NIAGEN® nicotinamide riboside; pTeroPure® pterostilbene; PURENERGY®, a caffeine-pTeroPure® co-crystal; IMMULINA™, a spirulina extract; and AnthOrigin™, anthocyanins derived from a domestically-produced, water-extracted purple corn.

 

About the Person

Mark Friedman is General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Chromadex. Previously, Mark held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.

 

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