Embria Health Sciences Taps Kittelson for Quality Research Scientist Position

Embria(R) Health Sciences, a raw material manufacturer of science-backed natural ingredients for the human nutrition market, announced today Gayle Kittelson's hire as the company's quality research scientist. Reporting to Embria's vice president of scientific affairs, Larry Robinson, Ph.D., Kittlelson will ensure that Embria's manufacturing processes comply with appropriate quality standards. She will also develop and implement a comprehensive quality program that meets or exceeds all industry, government and international regulatory requirements.

Kittelson has more than 20 years of quality experience in both laboratory and corporate environments. She has a strong background in clinical data analysis, including a decade conducting immunology testing. Gayle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Iowa State University.

"Gayle is a highly-qualified addition to Embria's technical team," said Paul Faganel, president, Embria Health Sciences. "Her substantial experience within the biotechnology, science, and health care fields is in-step with our company's goal to provide the human health market with premium, all-natural ingredients based in solid scientific research."

About Embria Health Sciences:
Embria Health Sciences, www.embriahealth.com, combines science and nature to bring high-quality, research-based natural ingredients to the global human nutrition market. Embria's key product is manufactured using a proprietary technology, which produces vital metabolites that deliver nutritional benefits and support increased bioavailability. A recently published study found Embria's all-natural ingredient, the immune-balancing high-metabolite immunogen EpiCor(R), to significantly decrease the incidence and duration of cold and flu symptoms.

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