John Linnan, Andrew DePristo, May Van, David Engelke, Cy Stein, John Rossi, Karen Moore, Stuart Kim | GenomeWeb

John Linnan has been appointed vice president of sales at Agencourt Bioscience, the Beverly, Mass. company said last week.

Linnan comes to Agencourt from Applied Biosystems, where he most recently worked as district sales manager for New England. Previously, Linnan was the regional sales manager for New England, mid-Atlantic, and Eastern Canada for Perspective Biosystems of Hertford, UK. He has also worked at Abbott Diagnostics in various sales positions. He has a BA in marketing and management from James Madison University.

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