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Howard Goldstein

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Howard Goldstein has become senior vice president of sales and marketing, a newly created position, at Seattle-based Amnis.

Most recently, he was senior vice president for sales, service, and marketing at Argonaut Technologies. In the past, he held sales and marketing positions at Incyte Genomics, Molecular Devices, Molecular Dynamics, and Applied Biosystems.

Goldstein received an MBA from Temple University, an MS in biochemistry from the University of Dayton, and a BS in biology from Bucknell University.

In an official company statement dated June 30, Jack Ball, Amnis’ president and CEO, said “having an individual of Howard’s stature and broad experience as a member of the Amnis management team supports moving the company to the next stage and marks our formal transition to full commercial release of the ImageStream 100 system.”

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