NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Quantum Genomics said today that it plans to establish its European headquarters in Massy, France.
 
The Jersey City, NJ-based company added that CEO Lionel Segard will also serve as president of the company's European operations.
 
"It is important to have a base in Europe from which to build and maintain close contact with European scientists to bring to maturity healthcare projects," Segard said in a statement.

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