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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Aushon Biosystems has appointed Susan Vogt to be company CEO. Vogt has 30 years of experience in the life sciences, pharmaceutical, biotech, and clinical diagnostics markets, Aushon said.

She has held executive posts at SeraCare Life Sciences and at Millipore, and she currently is a non-executive director of TAP BioSystems.


Molecular biology developer Cernostics has named John Inadomi and Robert Murphy to serve as its scientific advisors.

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