Perlegen Pushes its Boundaries With New Alliance Manager | GenomeWeb

About a year and a half after its spinout from Affymetrix, Perlegen Sciences signaled an increased push to market its technology by hiring Paul Cusenza as its vice president of alliance management.

Cusenza, 42, who spent the last few years as an independent consultant and worked with Affy two years ago on the decision to spin out the genome-scanning division, says his mandate is to build strong relationships with pharmaceutical companies and other potential partners.

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