Hybrigenics COO Trades in Frequent Flier Life for Proteomics in Paris | GenomeWeb

The new COO at Hybrigenics has made a number of jumps in her career. Starting out in research, she headed to development and later moved again when an offer came along and piqued her curiosity about working on the business side. Now, she’s making the shift from big pharma to a small proteomics company. “It is indeed a major new challenge in my career,” says Anne-Fabienne Weitsch.

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