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Illumina has promoted Kirk Malloy to vice president of customer solutions, the San Diego-based company said last week.

Malloy joined Illumina in 2002 as senior director of customer solutions. Prior to Illumina, he was director of technical service and implementation at Biosite. He has also worked at Qiagen, and held various teaching positions at Northeastern University and Boston University. Malloy received an MS and PhD in marine biology/biochemistry from the University of Delaware.

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