GeneFormatics Hires IP Lawyer, Appoints Advisor | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb 13 – Structural proteomics company GeneFormatics said Tuesday it had hired Daniel Chambers as its vice president of intellectual property, a move designed to protect the company’s patent position.

San Diego-based GeneFormatics also announced that it has retained Michael Liebman as a strategic adviser for business development.

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