PEOPLE: GenomeWeb s Weekly Personnel Roundup in the Genomics Sector | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct. 17 – Deltagen has appointed Jeanne Y. Jew as vice president of business development, the company said on Wednesday. She was also made a member of the firm's executive management committee.

“We are actively looking at drug candidates internally and externally and I am confident Ms. Jew will provide tremendous value to our expanded business development efforts," said William Matthews, president and CEO of the genomic-based biotechnology company.

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