ABI Alumnus Goes to Intragen; Agilent Treasurer to Count Beans for Art World; DeCode Hires New Corporate Development VP; and Others | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — French gene mapping and bioinformatics company Intragen said this week it has named Emmanuel Martin its director of sales and marketing for its new Genetic Research Services division. He will be responsible for promoting the company’s genotyping services.
 
Martin spent eight years at Applied Biosystems in France as a sales specialist in genotyping and gene expression and he has a background of six years as a researcher in molecular biology.

 

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