Sema4, a Mount Sinai genomic testing spinout, plans to relocate its laboratory facilities from New York to a yet-to-be-determined site in Stamford, Connecticut, and will add more than 400 jobs over the next five years. The new Stamford lab will complement the company's existing recently announced headquarters in Stamford and its laboratory in Branford, Connecticut. Overall, Sema4 is expected to employ more than 550 employees in the state.

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