NEW YORK, April 16 – Transgenomic said Monday it had appointed Gregory Duman as chief financial officer, replacing William Rasmussen, who will stay on as a strategic planner for the company.

Previously, Duman, who has been a member of Transgenomic’s board since March of last year, was the CFO of Artios, a company that provides transaction processing services. He also served as CFO and head of software product development at Transaction Systems Architects.

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