Sarfaraz K. Niazi, Ph.D., SI, FRSB, FPAMS, FACB, FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ADELLO BIOLOGICS, Professor of Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Adj., University of Illinois, University of Houston, HEJ Research Institute, and National University of Science and Technology
For over two decades, developing biosimilars, from cell line to market; including 351(k) filings. Wrote the book on biosimilars, bioprocessing, formulations and regulatory management.
Founded Adello Biologics, LLC, (formerly TPI), a fully integrated US biosimilars company with several products at FDA approval stage, Karyo Biologics, LLC, a creative-model biosimilar company for fast-to-market approach. Inducted into the Chicago Entrepreneur Hall of Fame for his entrepreneurial leadership, having raised over $500 million dollars, the largest such funding in the history for a biotechnology start up.
Many first-time contributions in pharmaceutical and bioprocessing landmark books (50 ISBNs), blogs and lectures, providing contemporary solutions to scientific, technologic, literary and philosophic challenges.
Largest holder of solo patents in bioprocessing technology in the world; 100+ inventions for NCEs, complex drug delivery systems, analytical testing, clinical applications, and many more; millions of people around the globe using these inventions: awarded the Pakistan civil award, Star of Distinction.
IP law Practitioner
Gratis service to scientists around the world; Freedom-to-operate opinions; prosecution of NCEs, drug delivery systems, biotechnology, computer technology, biodefense techniques, etc.
Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, botanical product, from design to market ( PharmSci®, a "novel solutions" company. Contributor to regulatory guidelines EMA, FDA, WHO, and several others.
The Forbes Magazine'smost interesting man in the world for his efforts in making high-cost drugs affordable across the globe; The Chicago Tribune, Crain's Business, The Express, and Diagnostico Brazil, Alumnus of the Year by the University of Illinois. Voice of America (US State Department) radio host with audience into billions. An avid photographer, guitarist, and music composer. Lives in Illinois and Wisconsin.