ABI President Cathy Burzik Steps Down; Applera CEO White Becomes Interim President | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Applied Biosystems President Cathy Burzik stepped down a little more than two years after being tapped to run the business after Mike Hunkapiller retired.
 
She left to take over as CEO of Kinetic, a San Antonio-based company specializing in advanced wound care and therapeutic surfaces.
 
Applera President and CEO Tony White has become interim president “partnering with the AB leadership team. ABI said the changes are effective immediately.
 

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