Globe-trotting Coggins Settles in at PerkinElmer | GenomeWeb

Calling Peter Coggins’ first three weeks at PerkinElmer a whirlwind would be an understatement. One week was a previously planned vacation, and the other two were spent shuttling around the globe as Coggins, the company’s new president of life sciences, met the employees. He covered all five of the North American sites the first week and spent the second week in Europe visiting sites in Brussels, Holland, and Cambridge. “I’m going to Japan tomorrow,” he says on his second day at Boston headquarters.

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