PE Raids Roche

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PE’s recent raid of the upper ranks of Roche’s diagnostics division was likely a sign of what’s to come.

Last month PE reeled in three Roche execs who will ramp up the company’s molecular diagnostics division. Kathy Ordonez, who oversaw Roche Molecular’s rise to dominance in the PCR arena over the last nine years, is bringing two colleagues with her to PE: Tom White, Roche Molecular’s vice president of R&D, and John Sinensky, its vice president of genetics.

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