NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Former Life Technologies executive Paul Grossman has joined Telegraph Hill Partners as a venture partner.

Grossman previously was head of global strategy and corporate development at Life Tech, and he also held the same position at Invitrogen. Before he joined Invitrogen, Grossman held a variety of leadership roles at Applied Biosystems, including as a research scientist and patent attorney, VP of intellectual property, and VP of strategy and business development.

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