When you look at John Fowler’s 18 years of financial experience, the obvious question seems to be, Why join Large Scale Biology? Instead, the real question for the company’s new president is, What took so long?

Though Fowler’s experience is all Wall Street, “I’ve actually worked with Large Scale for about 10 years,” he says. He raised money for the long-term client back in ’94, was lead manager of Large Scale’s IPO in 2000, and has been an advisor on M&A activity as well.

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