CEO of Meriden biotech company interviewed on cable access show

CEO of Meriden biotech company interviewed on cable access show

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Protein Sciences President Manon Cox, left, explains a piece of equiptment to Sen. Beth Bye, of Hartford, and Sen. Dante Barolomeo, of Meriden. Bartolomeo led a group of six female Senate Democrats on a tour of woman-led businesses in Meriden Tuesday. | Mike Savino, Record-Journal

MERIDEN — Manon Cox, CEO of Meriden-based Protein Sciences, is interviewed on this month’s edition of Jim Pellegrino’s statewide TV show, “The Hour,” which airs Friday at 6 p.m. on Cox Meriden, Southington and Cheshire public access TV channels.

Cox discusses the future of the biotechnology company after its recent acquisition by Sanofi.

In another segment, Bruce Keppen, dean of the Nutter School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University, and Jennifer Herbst, professor of law and medical Sciences at Quinnipiac, discuss national healthcare legislation.

In a third segment, Chris Calandra, certified financial planner, discusses the stock market and other financial and economic indicators.

“The Hour” also airs Friday at 7 p.m. on Nutmeg Cable. It is available on AT&T U-verse, online at www.ccsu.edu/thehour and can be found in the iTunesU section of iTunes.

Pellegrino is a Meriden resident and former mayor.


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