NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – SomaLogic has named Byron Hewett to be its new CEO, effective Dec. 2. Hewett takes over the top spot for Larry Gold, who will continue serving in his other post as chairman of the board and working full-time as an adviser.

Hewett most recently was chairman and CEO of Biobehavioral Diagnostics, and he previously was president and CEO of Immunicon and senior VP of sales and marketing and GM, North America for Qiagen. He also has held leadership posts at Abbott Diagnostics, Chiron/Bayer, and BioCircuits.

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