NEW YORK, April 16 - Celera Genomics said Monday it had appointed John Reynders as vice president of information systems.

Reynders, who previously worked for Sun Microsystems, will be responsible for implementing information systems strategies as part of Celera’s effort to become a drug and diagnostics company.

Reynders has also worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory where he managed the US’s largest dedicated unclassified super computer, Celera said. 

He has a Ph.D. in applied and computational mathematics from Princeton University.

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