Bio-Rad Board Member Padou Passes Away; Invitrogen Loses Two VPs; Wellis Is New GenVault CEO; Nelles Tapped for R&D VP at XDx; and Others | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Bio-Rad reported last week that board member Philip Padou has died at the age of 72.
 
Padou joined Bio-Rad’s Board in 1980, and he was VP and CFO of Ozier Perry and Associates until his retirement in 1991.
 
David Schwartz, chairman of Bio-Rad’s board, said in a statement that Padou was “a dedicated and valuable member” of the board.
 

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