NEW YORK, June 26 – French functional genomics company GenOdyssee has appointed Jean Maral, a former Chiron Biopharmaceuticals executive, to the position of vice president and senior director of preclinical and clinical affairs, the company said Tuesday. 

In addition, Mark Hofer, an attorney with Brown Rudnick Freed and Gesmer in Boston, will join the company’s business development and marketing board.

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