RICHMOND, VA., May 27, 2014 – Venebio Group, LLC, a Richmond, Virginia based life-sciences consulting firm announced today that Ms. Molly Ronayne has been named Manager, Business Development for Venebio effective May 27, 2014.

Molly will represent Venebio’s skilled team of senior scientists and facilitate communications between Venebio and its valued clients. In this position, she will lead new business and marketing efforts, serving as the first point of contact for Venebio’s new and prospective clients. Molly will also assist in the further development of Venebio’s subsidiary company, algorithmRx, and its first product offering, aRx Statin Advisor.

Molly is a graduate of Wake Forest University with degrees in both biology and sociology. She conducted research at Wake Forest University in population genetics and at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in neurobiology. Most recently Molly served as Mid-Atlantic and Midwest Accounts Manager for a pre-clinical contract research organization where she developed an extensive network in the biotechnology industry.

Lenn Murrelle, PhD, CEO of Venebio, said, “We are looking forward to Molly applying her experience and energy to further advance Venebio’s reputation as a skilled life sciences consulting organization while helping us increase the breadth of Venebio’s client base.”

About Venebio
Venebio is a privately held research consultancy that provides cost-effective, custom solutions for complex life sciences problems. By integrating the expertise of a global network of scientists in a broad range of biomedical fields, Venebio delivers comprehensive project management and start-to-finish problem solving in genetic and molecular epidemiology, pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacovigilance, personalized medicine, bioinformatics, systems biology, biomarker discovery, and epidemiologic literature reviews and analysis. Venebio’s comprehensive services are offered to pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology and medical device companies, healthcare organizations, academic research centers, law firms, government entities and NGOs. Learn more at