Janet Lankard, Robin Stracey, Daniel Shaughnessy, and Jody Acford | GenomeWeb

Quantum Dot said last week that Janet Lankard has been named vice president of sales, and will lead the sales team for Quantum Dot’s upcoming launch of the Mosaic Gene Expression Assay system. Lankard formerly was a director of sales for Affymetrix, which she joined in 1998. She has also been an executive sales account manager with Applied Biosystems, and was responsible for the Joint Genome Institute during the Human Genome Sequencing Project. She serves on the Industrial Advisory Board for California Polytechnic State University.

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