Kevin Wandryk

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Kevin Wandryk was named vice president of marketing and business development for Silicon Genetics of Redwood City, Calif., the company said last week. Wandryk previously was most recently senior vice president of corporate development with Quova, an information technology firm. Previously, he was vice president of business development for AdKnowledge, an Internet-based advertising services provider. Previous to that, he spent 10 years with Adobe Systems.

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