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By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Former Myriad Genetic Laboratories President Gregory Critchfield has joined the board of directors at Saladax Biomedical. Before working at Myriad, which he left in 2010, Critchfield was CMO and CSO at Corning Clinical Laboratories, and he was a medical school faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Wayne State University, and Duke University. Critchfield also has served as a director at Metamark Genetics, Biocius Life Sciences, and BioTrove.

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