Charles Harwood, Tim Derrington, John Sluis, John Fazio | GenomeWeb
BioReliance has named Charles Harwood, who currently is executive chairman, to the post of interim CEO in the wake of the departure of former CEO Tim Derrington.
 
BioReliance, which Invitrogen sold in April to Avista Capital Partners for $210 million, noted that since June three senior executives have joined the company, including David Onions as CSO, David Walker as CFO, and Darryl Goss as VP of Global Process Excellence.
 

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