Scientia’s Glorikian Discusses Microarrays, Molecular Dx, the Global Healthcare Market | GenomeWeb
Name: Harry Glorikian
 
Title: Managing Partner, Scientia Advisors
 
Professional background: Prior to joining Scientia, Glorikian held several senior management positions at Applied Biosystems focused on new technology assessment, business development, and product and sales management. He previously served as national sales manager for Signet Laboratories. Glorikian is a co-founder of X-Cell Laboratories, and sits on the boards of GeneNews and Draper Laboratories.

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