NEW YORK, July 13 – Bioinformatics company Proteometrics announced Friday that it was restructuring its senior management as it prepares to forge strategic alliances that it hopes will pave the way to strong future growth.

ProteoMetrics of Manhattan, New York, announced that Doug Lockyer had been hired as a co-CEO. Lockyer, who has been a consultant to Proteometrics since 2000, will be in charge of overseeing the company’s business activities. 

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