Illumina Opens Office in Brazil to Target 'Increasing' Latin American Market | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

This article was originally posted on Jan. 19.

SAN DIEGO — Illumina will next month open an office in São Paulo, Brazil, to focus on developing business opportunities across Latin America. The firm said this week that it has tapped Roberto Braga to be general manager of its new Latin American Operations and that the office will open Feb. 1.

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