NEW YORK, Nov. 7 — San Diego-based GeneFormatics on Wednesday said that it has added Edward Lanphier to its board of directors.

Lanphier, the founder, president and CEO of Sangamo BioSciences, will assist the privately-held structural proteomics firm with business development and management. 

Lanphier founded Sangamo BioSciences in 1997. Before that he was a senior executive at Somatix Therapy Corporation, vice president for corporate development at Synergen, and the former president and CEO of BioGrowth.

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